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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props.

 

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BUSINESS COLLEGE 24 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. The oldest, the largest, the most popular com- mercial school on the Pacific Coast. 18,000 gradu- ates; 25 teachers; 60 typewriters; over 300 students annually placed In positions. Send for catalogue. E. P. HEALU, President. W R ROOS BROS Outfitters to MEN BOYS 25 to 37 KEARNY ST. at POST For Sale. Having; concluded to retire from the business of breeding trotters, I have decided to sell all my horses, including the famous stallions R chard's Elector 2170 Sire of 16 in the list, son of Electioneer and Gilberta by St. Clair. L. A. Sired by Richard's Elector, dam by Butterfield's St. Clair, second dam by Williamson's Belmont. Electric Sired by Richard's Elector, dam by Yorktown (son of Speculation), sec- ond dam by Blackhawk 767. These horses are in perfect condition and are offered at very low prices. Colts and fillies by these sires will be shown at my place, Grayson, Stanislaus county. For further particulars, prices, etc., address L. A. RICHARDS, Grayson, Cal. MARES AND COLTS FOR SALE, HERA 3:20V4 by Mambrino Wilkes, with year- ling horse colt by Welcome 2:10^, entered in Breeders $6000 Futurity for foals of 1901. MABEL G. (trial 2:26 trotting) by Brigadier, with suckling filly foal by Chas. Marvin, full brother to Don Lowell 2:14?^. Entered in Hartford $10,000 Futurity and eligible to Cali- fornia State Fair Stallion Stake, Occident and Stanford Stakes. Can be seen at my place, 1801 Union street, cor- ner 26th, Oakland. P. H. SEXTON. Q00D ONES FOR SALE. ATHANEEK, dark bay Stallion, 2 years old; full brother to Athanlo 2.10. By Athadon 20990, sire of Listerine2:13»4, Sue2:12>4. Dakon 1). 2:i6»4, Donatrine 2:26H, etc ; dam Lustrine by Onward 1411. A large, stylish, pure-gaited trotter. When 5 or 6 years old will weigh 1400 lbs. Will make a great stock horse. A Two-Year-OId Colt by Athadon, dam Frenna by Junio; second dam by Onward. J. A, Albertson has worked this colt for 3l/» months and was pleased with the speed he showed, and says that he will make a trotter. Four-Year-Old Colt (brother to Sue 2:12^) by Lustrldon, full brother to Listerine 2:13^i. A large, handsome, stylish road horse; with but two months' work showed a mile in 2:30. All will be sold at reasonable prices. For price and further particulars address JACOB SCHAFER, Fowler. Fresno Co, Cal. FOR SALE. Three Standard-Bred Trotting Stallions WILKES STOCK. One Seal Brown, 16 hands, foaled May 2, 11 first dam Fearless by Fallis 4781 (record 2:23); second dam Jean Perault by Signal 3327. One Golden Bay, 16.1 hands, foaled March 5, 1898: first dam Signal by Del Sur 1098 (record 2:24), dam of Guy Sino 2-2fl*£; second dam Lady Sig- nal by Signal 3327. One Brown, white points, 16 1 hands, foaled April, 1898; full brother to the bay. These colts are ail sired by Prince Airlee 28045. son of Guy Wilkes 2807 (record 2:15&), and bred by Win Corbitt. San Mateo. Cal. They are pure gaited and show wonderful speed for the little work they have done. For further particulars apply to P. H. McEVOY, Menlo Park, Cal, FOR SALE. Two Fine Drain Stallions FRESNO, gray horse, weighs 2100, six years old, Norman Percheron, winner of three first prizes. PLUTO, black horse, five years old, Norman Peroheron, winner of four first prizes. These horses are sound, in good condition and sure foal getters. Apply to GEO. GRAY, Haywards, Cal. CALIFORNIA 'hoto Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Kalf Tones and Line Engraving Artistic Designing. 506 Mission St., cor . Flist, Ean Francisco Hunt and Fish ALONG THE LINE OF THE California & Nortliweslern Ry (LESSEE OF THE S. F. & N. P. K. K.) Best Hunting and Fishing in the State Numerous and Popular Resorts Hot and Gold Mineral Springs HEALTH PLEASURE RECREATION Fine Camping Grounds on Beautiful Streams Best Section In California for Fruit and Breeding Farms The route to San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rosa Ukiah, and the Famous Pleasure and Health Resorts in Lake County. Saturday to Monday round-trip ticke*s at reduced rates. Ticket Officesâ650 Market Street, Chronicle Building, and Tiburon Ferry. B. X. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. PRESIDING RAGE JUDGE OF RnnDing and Troltint Events Thorough Student of Form Open to Engagement for 1903. Best of References Address G. W. STIMPSON, STOCKTON, CAL. JACK WANTED. A WELL-BRED, HIGH-CLASS, THOR- -^ oughly acclimated JACK. Must he a sure foal getter and able to pass the strictest veteri- nary examination. California-bred Jack pre- ferred. Address F. W. KELLEt, BREEDER and Sportsman. Speed and Style For Sale. A N IDEAL GENTLEMAN'S DRIVING MARE â "- by Director, dam by Dexter Prince. Thor- oughly well broken, sound and reliable. Price $250. Address G. H., this office. This is a rare chance. LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission, Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. Room 7. warehouse: 203 Berry St, OFFICE: 303 California St, SAN FRANCISCO, Telephone: Main 1027. CAL. STANDARD HORSES FOR SALE 10 to 15 HEAD OF THOROUGHLY BROKEN trotters and pacers for sale, 7 of them by Antrim, sire of Anzella 2:06?i, out of good mares. Several of them great prospects and all of them good. A strictly high class lot. Can be seen at the Pleas- anton track. Address GEO. A KELLY, Pleasanton, Cal. CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cnred La 48 Honrs. mm* CAPSULES RACING Superior to Copaiba."Cabebs or Injection EVERY WEEK DAY RAIN OR SHINE. to California Jockey Ci OAKLAND TRACK SIX OR MORE RACES DAILY RACES START AT 2:15 P. M. SHARP. Ferryboats leave San Francisco at 12 m, 12:30, 1 1:30, 2, 2:30 and 3 p. m , connecting with trains stopping at the entrance to the track- Last two cars on train reserved for ladies No smoking. Buy your tickets to Shell Mound. Returning trains leave the track at 4:15 and 4:45 p. m. and immediately after the last race. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, President. PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. OUR MONEY IS LUCKY! Borrow on Your Watch or Diamond from the Pioneer Money Lenders. . . 633 KEARNY ST., near Sacramento Street. "*â ,1-nf !â '»' â â â kX After a Brush you will find ABSORBINE **£⢠?.-.â '-;â .. quick to remove * ~^t-' the inflammation from any bruise or strain. No blister, no hairgone, and you can usethe Horse. ABSORBINE removes any- soft bunch in a pleasing manner. $2.00 per bottle of regular dealers or delivered., W. F. YOUNG, P. D. F., SPRINGFIELD, - - MASS. Also manufacturer of Taroleum for horses feet. For sale by Mack & Co., Langley&MlohaelsCo. Redington & Co., J. O'Kane, and J. A. McKerron all of San Francisco. VETERINARY. DR. C. MASOERO VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate of Royal Veterinary College of Turin Infirmary and Residenceâ 811 Howard St.: between Fourth and Fifth Sts., San Francisco. Telephone: Main 457. Ira Barker Dalziel VETERINARY DENTIST Fancy Carriage, Sadd le and Roai* Worses for Sale Office and stable: 005 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. Telephone South 651. X>r. Wm, 3F1. DBgan. M. R. C. V. S-, F. E. T. M. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, England; Fellow of the Edinburg Veterinary Medical Society: Graduate of the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh; Veterinary Sur- geon to the S. F. Fire Department; Live Stock Inspector forNew Zealand and Australian Coloniei at the port of San Francisco; Professor of Equine Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Depart- ment University of California; Ex-President m the California State Veterinary Medical Associa- tion; Veterinary Infirmary, Residence and Office, San Francisco Veterinary Hospital. 1117 Golden Gate Avenue, near Webster St., San Francisco: Telephone West 128. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days1 butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holstelns have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYRSHXRESâYoung Bulls. Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma. Cal. PEDIGREES TABULATED And type written Ready for framing. Write for prioes. Brkedbr andJSportsman, 36 Geary Stre* Sac Francisco, Cal.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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November 8, 1902] ©he gJveefrer cmtf ^pavisman 11 THE FARM The Presence of Bots in Horses. The horse probably harbors no parasite about which there is so much discussion as about the bot-fly, some contending that the presence of a few bots in the stomach can not possibly be injurious, while others regard them as being very dangerous and lay all digestive troubles to their pres- ence. Every one who handles horses is familiar with a small yellow nit or egg found attached to the hair in the region of the leg, shoulder or jaw. The eggs are deposited by the bot-fly, or as more com- monly called the nit-fly, on the regions of the body where the horse can by biting and licking the skin convey them aa eggs into the mouth and stomach. It is probable that the animals in lick- ing themselves open the greater number of eggs by removing the cap and they are then carried to the mouth by the toneue. They pass from the mouth to the stomach, where the larvee attach themselves to the walls of this organ and in this position are familiarly known as bots. Almost every animal that runs in pastures and the greater number of driving horses are in- fected each season with the bots. In some cases where postmortems gave opportun- ities for examination only a few larvae are found, but occasionally cases are seen where the greater portion of the walls of the stomach are covered with the larvae. When present in such large numbers they necessarily interfere with the normal function of the stomach. The very nature of the case prevents absolute determination as to whether they are injurious or not. The possibilities of injuring the horse are by interfering with the digestive functions of the stomach, by the irritation caused by the presence of bots, or when present in such large num- bers they may obstruct the passage from the stomach. In any case the possibility of injury would depend on the number of bots present, it being very probable that the presence of only a few may result in no injury. When the larvae are devel- oped they paBS from the body, after which they bury themselves in the dirt, where they continue development and finally emerge as the fully developed bot-fly. The veterinarian at the Oklahoma sta- tion says there is no surer remedy than thoroughly rubbing the body occasionally with a brush or rag Wet with kerosene_ The oil will prevent the eggs from hatch- ing and it soon evaporates, leaving the Hkin free from grease. It is difficult to remove bots from the stomach, as they withstand severe remedies Good results have followed the me of full doses of anaesthetics, as chloroform or ether. Car- bon bisulphide is probably the best rem- edy that can be given. This drug is very volatile and is best given in large gelatin capsules or it may be given in ice water. Fast the animal for a day and then give four drams of the carbon bisulphide every two hours until three doses have been given. This treatment should be followed with a physic of oil or salts. Pigs Yield a Large Profit. A Good Dairy Cow. A good dairy cow will be wedge-shaped, horizontally and vertically, have wide hips, big stomach, large udder, be spare, rough and inclined to be thin when giv- ing milk. She must have large digestive power, large udder well developed for- ward and aft, and one that collapses after milking and »hat spreads the legs where full. The under surface should be flat. The milk veins should be prominent and very winding, with large openings when they pass through the wall of the*stom- ach.- The neck should be long and thin, thighs thin and no beef down to the hock, as in cows of the beef breed. The eyes should belarg-e, mild and prominent and far apart, and face inclined to be dished. No one point will determine the value of a cow. H. V. Whitney, a farmer of Manning, Washington county, Or , on the 7th inst. took to the Portland stock yards six of the finest shoats, all things considered, that have been seen there for a long time. They were a few days less than five months old, and the whole bunch tipped the scale at exactly 1080 pounds, or 180 pounds to the pig. Mr. Whitney estimates , the cost of producing the animals, includ- ing all labor and materials, at $4.40 each. He received for them $10.80 each, or a clear profit of $33.40 on the six hogs. For the first two months of the life of these pigs thev ran with their mother on a rape and pea pasture, with skim milk and shorts morning and evening. For the next two months they lived entirely on the rape pasture. For the four weeks pre- vious to being sold they were kept up in the pen and fed wheat, chop and shorts. This process brought their cost up to 2}£ a pound, while they brought readily in the market 6 cents. The rape plant, which furnished the principal roughness and forage for these hogs, was introduced into Oregon by Dr. James Withycombe, now director of the Oregon agricultural experiment station at Corvallis. On his one-acre plat Mr Whit- ney keeps an average of nine adult hogs all the time, and part of the time he turns in eighteen sheep to keep the growth from becoming too rank. The butter fat from the milk he fed to these pigs Mr. Whitnev sold to the neighboring creamery. He is so well pleased with his experience this season that he declares his purpose to increase his herd of milch cows, his acreage of rape and his drove of hogs. The pigs marketed are Berk- shire and Poland-China all black, and as fine specimens of porcine beauty as ever go to the shambles. They were purchased by the Union Meat Company of Port- land. Competent men who have examined into the conditions for pork raising in the Columbia basin declare that every 160- acre farm ought to turn off every year a carload of 200-pound hogs, while the actual fact is that many of the farmers have no hogs, and the average is only eight to the farm. But the industry is increasing, new farmers continually coming to the same conclusion that Mr. Whitney has reached, says the Oregonian. Sheep Husbandry. It is evident from reports we quite often receive that our veterinarians and men of science are more liable to become balked by what maybe called the spontaneous breaking out of disease among sheep than those attending any other of our domestic aiimals. says Wool Markets and Sheep. At present Oregon flocks are suffering from a disease the symptoms of which are an inflammation of the skin, mouth, lips and nose, which causes the animal con- siderable difficulty in taking food. In Utah similar but more violent species of the trouble seems to attack the flock in certain seasons of the year. The attacked one at first shows symptoms that are very pronounced. They raise their heads high and turn and twist from one side to an- other as if in horrible distress, and after standing in this attitude for a considerable time will commence to leap in a zigzag way and manner and then making for brush, Btand, as if having found relief. Their heads swell to an alarming size, and in some cases their eyes have been known to burst and in many cases to leave the sockets and remain suspended by the liga^ jnent of the eye on the animal's cheek A large percentage usually succumb to the malady Those that survive the trouble linger along for some considerable time, when a scale forms on the affected parts and, after drying, ultimately falls off. It is generally the fattest ones that fall a victim to the trouble. It seems to us that a thorough investigation by those qualified to investigate should clear up this mysterious matter. The question is, is it a contagious disease or is it one which is brought about by local condition, Buch as poisoning from partaking of a poison- ous weed, etc.? There is a reason for it, and our men of Bcience are the ones upon whom we naturally depend for the solu- tion of the problem. The Buyer of Beef. The buyer occupies a position of con- sequence in the stockyards community. He is an expert, usually a man of middle age, who has obtained his education and technical ability partly in the packing houses and partly on the ranch. An ex- perience buyer is likely to receive a salary of $4,000 to $5,000 a year, and he is worth all of that, for on his abil ty to tell by a moment's inspection what quality of beef will be produced by a steer that he never before laid his eyes on depends primarily the excellence of the product issued by his house and hence the increase of its busi- ness. The buyer's work is not arduous, and to all appearance his task is a simple one. He walks along the fiat board laid along the top of the fence, glanc- ing keenly at the cattle in the different pens. Some he passes by without a pause, others he stops to inspect more closely, and occasionally he displays his interest in a group by asking a question or two of the man in charge. Long experience enables him at a glance to distinguish between a grass fed steer and a corn fed steer, to decide whether an animal is entitled to be classed as "fancy," "good" or "common" and to guess within a few pounds of an animal's exact weight by glancing at him. The buyer makes his purchases "on the hoof," paying the market price ruling for the day for the grade in which it is de- cided each group of cattle belongs. In a few words the transaction is completed, and the buyer's interest in the affair is ended. The end of the first three quarters of the calendar year affords a good point of retrospect from which to compare the volume of commercial movements in the domestic trade of the United States with that of the preceding year. The Septem- ber Summary of Internal Commerce, issued by the Treasury Bureau of Statistics, fur- nished statistical returns for this purpose. I s reports show that live stock traffic during September was larger than for the corresponding month in either of the two preceding years at the five markets of Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis and St. Joseph taken together. A total of 56,966 carloads of stock were received during September 1902, while 52,614 car- loads arrived in Srptember 1901, and 50,- 716 carloads in September 1900. In two years, therefore, there has been a gain of 6,280 cars, or 12.38%. For the nine months ending with September, 5,284,- 432 head of cattle reached these markets, compared with 5,236,356 head in 1901, and 4,796,139 head in 1901. Receipts of hogs show a decrease, 11,467,792 having arrived for the first three quarters of this year, 13,413,699 head in 1901, and 12,593,989 head in 1900. Twenty-five years ago the prize bee animal was a ten or twelve year old ox which had served its day and generation as a beast of burden, doing farm work and then was fed for a year until it made a carcass of 1800 or 1900 pounds. We well remember when the best beef was grown on to the framework of such an aged beast and when what is now called beef was of no account. Times have changed. A steer seldom now lives more than three years, most of them less. The old ox-beef is a thing of the past and the public taste is demanding young meat, even baby beef, which finds a market at a year old. The calf of the beef breeds which is kept fat from the day it is dropped and turns the scales at 1000 or 1100 pounds at fifteen months will bring the top of the market and the most profit to its owner. Strikel—if they don't give you Jack- son's Napa Soda. Creaming Milk by Gravity. A bulletin recently published by the De- partment of Agriculture on the subject of dairying gives some advice on the matter of creaming milk by the gravity system. If the cream is to be gathered by setting the milk and the temperature of the room cannot be kept fairly uniform at about 50 degrees Fahrenheit, it will usually be best to se it in the old-fashioned shallow pans in which it will not be more than two or three inches deep. The room in which it is set should be sweet and pure and free from disagreeable odors. Special care should betaken to avoid all kitchen odors, as this will taint milk very rapidly. If placed in a cellar some means should be adopted to thoroughly ventilate it, other- wise it will impart a musty or earthy flavor to the dairy products. At a temperature of 60 degrees milk will usually keep from twenty-four to thirty-six hours, at which time the creaming will be complete. If the temperature is above this in all prob- ability the milk will sour before this time. In case the room becomes too cold, which often occurs in winter, thorough creaming may be secured by heating the milk to a little above blood heat before setting and allowing the cream additional time to rise while the milk is cold. When the deep cold setting method is employed the milk should cool just as soon as possible after being drawn. If the temperature can be lowered to 40 Fahren- heit so much the better, although good results will follow setting at 50 or 55 de* grees. This will probably necessitate the use of ice water or a free supply from cold springs. Care should be taken to have the water surrounding the cans higher than the milk in the cans so that there will be no layer of warm milk left on the surface. Where one does not have accesB to ice or a liberal supply of cold spring water it is generally advisable to use the shallow pan system, as creaming will be more perfect than if it is placed in cans twenty or twenty-four inches deep. Butter That Will Keep. It may be laid down as a given rule that the longer you churn the more water will be retained in the butter, says L. S. Hardin, in Jersey Bulletin. On this question the Wisconsin station reports that in trials, stopping the churn when the granules were from the size of clover seed to the size of grains of corn, the average water contents of the butter churn- ed to large granules was 13.80 per cent, and of the butter churned to small granules 12.15 per cent.—with, of course, similar working and salting. The old style of churning until all the butter formed into one large lump put the greatest quantity I of water in it, which had to be worked out at the imminent peril of its grain. Conclusion: To make dry, long-keeping, well-flavored butter, Btop the churn when the butter breaks to the size of clover seeds, and wash the milk out, with cold water; then press that water out with as light working as possible. The test at the Pan-American and other expositions have shown the ability of the Ayrshire to produce 6000 pounds or more of milk in a year, containing about 4 per cent of butter fat, or about 300 pounds of butter in a year, and the cost of feed at Buffalo was but $4.24 per 1000 pounds of milk again $4.18 per 1000 for HolBtein and over $5 for Shorthorn, Jersey and Guern- sey. But it is as a milk cow that she ex- cels. We do not know that the proportion of solids in her milk is greater than in other breeds, but we think it must be. We do know that after taking off all the the cream that would rise the skim milk from the Ayrshire seems better than from any other breed, the Devon ranking next. EUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYKSHXRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Hellers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. The puppy is liable to destruction from worms. 'Tis the critical period in a dog'a life. Canine 'worms meet "sure" destruction when Shot is administered. After that, it builds tip the growing dog's constitution, develops bone and muscle. It makes thin, puny and -weak puppies plump, animated and strong. 50c by mail, prepaid, SERGEANT'S CONDITION PILLS are the best liked and easiest to give of all alteratives and tonics. Incidentally any disease that a dog is likely to have will be speedily relieved and ulti- mately cured. Of dealers, 50c and $1.00. By mall, prepaid. ^_^_0 Sergeant's Carbolic Soft Soap is the "best ever" and for sale everywhere. 25c. of dealers. By mail 35c. An order, or 8c. in stamps will entitle you to our latest Dog Book and Pedigree blank, mailed free. For sale by "All Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers," F. W. BRAUN & CO., Los Angeles, Cal., PaclflG Coast SttPJly

 

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SPRATTS PATENT. DOG CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. NEWARK, N.J. Send for tree copy of "DOG CULTURE." ST. LOUIS, MO. Pacific Coast Branchâ1324 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Agents for " SANTTAS " Disinfectant. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS delverton kennels Hampton Promise A. K. C. No. 53101 (BLACK DUKE H-Ch. GAIETY GIRL) Winner of 27 prizes. Stud fee, $15. Apply to T. J. BLIGHT, 213 Third Avenue. San Franoisco. AT Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers, WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Lithlan Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee 830 "WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltscar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee 825 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk â Two Step). Fee S1° Puppies and Brood Bitches-for sale. Dogs shown by appointment only. -Address WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St , San Francisco .Cal. AT STUD CUBA Or- KENWOOD (Glenbeigh Jr.âStella) SAM'S BOW (Plain SamâDolly Dee II) STOGKDALE KENNELS K. M. DODGE, Manager, Bakerafleld, Kern Co., Boarding. Pointer Puppies and well-broken Dogs for sale. Advertisements under this head one cent per word per insertion. Cash to accompany order. COCKER SPANIELS. porarily located at 313 Third avenue. Watch these columns for permanent address. At Stud: Champion Hampton Goldie. winner of special for best stud dog every time competed for. Fee 820 (to approved bitches). Plumeria Tweedle- punch, very small, but a perfect little Cocker. Fee -Slo- T. J. BLIGHT, handler, 213 Third avenue, San Francisco. gains in puppies, young bitches, and bitches in whelp, to make room Finely bred stook. The prize-winning Cocker, Plumeria Beau U, at stud. Also Glenwood Kennels1 famous black Cocker, Champion Havoc. Fee 830. 123 Third Avenue, San Francisco- T?OR SALEâCOCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES -*- by Ch. Hampton Goldie. Apply at junction old county and Redwood roads, Fruitvale, Alameda RETRIEVERS, For particulars andress OWNER, 100 Olive Avenue, San Francisco. COLLIES. fjAxI GROVE COLLIE KENNELS.âTHE ^ finest kennel of Scotch Collies on the Pacific Coast. At studâCh. Ormskirk Emerald Jr and imported Cheviot Construction. 17 handsome sable and white pups, ready to ship, and half- grown bitches for sale. No postal cards an- swered. Catalogue free- Western agent for Standard Oil of Tar. sure death to fleas and mange. O J. ALBEE, Lawrence, Cal. AT STUD. At Stud. SMOOTH FOX TERRIER NORFOLK TRUEMAN C«« ff^ft Sire of Garston Prefect (1st puppy rcc 3>iU. reserve winners, Oakland, 1903), Imelda (winners and special for best, S. F., 1903), Isabella, etc. ^ H HICKMAN, 1767 Page St., San Francisco. pH. WOODCOTE WONDERâTHE WORLD'S v^' champion Bull Terrier. Bulldog, END- CLIFFE FORCEPS. Boston Terriers. Irish Terrier, ENDCLIFFE PADDLAR. Fox Ter- riers (wire and smooth). CAIRNSMUIR GEN- ERAL and RABY EL VET (winner of 7 firsts In England before he was 18 months old). Brood bitches, bitches in whelp, and puppies by above dogs always for sale Apply to WOODLAWN KENNELS, Geary St. and Central Ave., San Francisco. Telephone: Baker 3031. ^^^ BOOK on 4Q^ Dog Diseases ^Io-\*7- to Feed Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. Clay Glover, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway. New York. BUSINESS COLLEGE 24 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. The oldest, the largest, the most popular com- mercial school on the Pacific Coast. 18,000 gradu- ates; 25 teachers: 60 typewriters; over 300 students annually placed in positions. Send for catalogue. E. F. HEALD, President. ST. BERNARDS. NAIROD KENNELSâA SINGLE BARGAIN In royally bred St. Bernard puppy. At stud, the noted Grand Master II, winner of many prizes and admittedly the best on the Coast. 133 Third Avenue, San Francisco. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Half Tones and Line Engraving Artistic Designing. 506 Mission St.. cor. First, San FrancilOv PEDIGREES TABULATED And type written Ready for framing. Wri*e for prices. heder and Sportsman, 36 Geary Street .Sap Franoisco, Cal.

  

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Year: 1882 (1880s)

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WHIM Horsemen's and Sportsmen's American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO Headquarters RACING EVERY WEEK DAY RAIN OR SHINE. New California Jockoi CI INGLESIDE TRACK SIX OR MORE RACES DAILY RACES START AT 3,P. M. SHARP. Reached by street oars from any part of the city. Trains leave Third and Townsend streets at 12:45 and 1:15 p.m., and leave the track immedi- ately after the last race. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, Pre«ldent. PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. FUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladles and see the FASTEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S. OLNEY & SON, Proprietors Every feature oonneoted with the PALACE HOTEL was designed and introduced for a double purposeâsurround ing guests with comforts, conveniences and entertain- ment, and adding to the pop- ularity and reputation of California's Colossal Caravansary. In the center of the hotel is the famous court and off of this are the equally famous grill rooms. For your conve- nience telephone and tele- graph offices, writing and reading rooms, barber shop, billiard parlor.carriage office, news stand and typewriter offices are directly off the court. Outsideâthe whole- sale and shopping district, theaters, clubs, banks and railroad offices are a step from the entrance. Brighton Beach Racing Association Offices: 215 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Coarse: Brighton? Beach, Brooklyn, N. Y. NEW MODEL 1903

 

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STEEL RIMS SAFE TIR TOOMEY PAT'D ROAD CART. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. O'BRIEN & SONS, Sole Agents, Cor. Golden Gate Ave. and Polk St., SAW FRANCISCO, CAL FOR SALE. Three Standard-Bred Trotting Stallions "WILKES STOCK. One Seal Brown, 16 hands, foaled May 2. 1898; first dam Fearless by Fallis 4781 (record2:23); second dam Jean Perault by Signal 3327. One Golden Bay, 16.1 hands, foaled March 5, 1898; first dam Signal by Del Sur 1098 (record 2:24), dam of Guy Sino 229?i; second dam Lady Sig- nal by Signal 3327. . - One Brown, white points, 16 1 hands, foaled April, 1898; full brother to the bay. These colts are all sired by Prince Airlee 28045. son of Guy "Wilkes 2807 (record 2:15&), and bred by Wm Corbitt, San Mateo. Cal. They are pure gaited and show wonderful speed for the little work they have done. For further particulars apply to P. H. McEVOY, Menlo Park, Cal. Stakes to Close Monday, January 5,1903 FOR THE MEETING OF 1905. THE PRODUCE STAKES. Guaranteed Value $25,000, of which $3000 to the Breeders. THE PRODUCE STAKES OF $25,000, to close and Dame on Monday, Jan uary 5, 1903, for the produce of mares covered in 1902, the stakes to he run in 1905 for then two-year-olds, as two events, one race for colts and geldings and one race for fillies. By subscription of $250 each, half forfeit, or only $10 if declared by January 1, 1904, or $25 if declared by January 1, 1905, or $50 if declared by May 15, 1905. The Brighton Beach Racing Association to add $5000. The guaranteed gross value of the two events to be $25,000, of which $1500 to the second horse and $750 to the third horse in each event. The nominator of the winner of each event to receive $1000, and the nominator of the second horse in each event to receive $500 out of the stakes Winners of a race of the value of $5000 to carry 3 lbs. extra, of two races of $5000 or one of $10,000, 5 lbs. extra. Horses not having won $2000, allowed 3 lbs.; horses not having won $1500, allowed 5 lbs.; horses not having won $1000, allowed 7 lbs.; maidens allowed 10 lbs. The produce of horses or mares that have not produced a winner previous to January 1, 1903, allowed 3 lbs.; of both, 5 lbs. This breeding allowance must be claimed before the time of closing of this stake and is not lost by subsequent win- nings. Non-winning allowance and breeding allowance cumulative. Transfer of the engagement filed with the Racing Secretary on or before No- vember 1, 1904, and accepted by the owner of the Produce, neither party being in default for forfeits, releases the original nominator from anv liability attaching to the engagement. SIX FURLONGS The above race to be run in two divisions, viz.: a race for Colts and Geldings only, and a race for Fillies only. The value of the race to be apportioned in pro- portion to the sex of the eligible foals dropped, i. e., if 60 per cent of the eligible produce are Colts, then 60 per cent of the money goes to the Colt and Gelding race and 40 per cent to the Filly race, or vice versa. In making an entry for a produce race the produce is entered by specifying the dam and sire or sires. If the produce of a mare is dropped before the first of January, or if there is no produce, or if the produce is dead when dropped, or if twins are dropped, the entry of such mare is void. FOR SALE. PRINCE L. 2:17 1-4 Winner 2:27 trot, 12 starters; Winner 2:24 trot, 10 starters; Winner 2:22 trot. 6 starters: at the Sacramento State Fair in one week; 7 years old; bay gelding by Escort, dam Queen L. Sound and gentle: can be driven by any one used to driving. Address J. R. FREEMAN, .Red Blaflf, Cal. GOOD DRIVERS FOR SALE. A NUMBER OF HANDSOME, SOUND AND â **⢠well-broken high-class Driving Horses out of producing dams. Also, some weanlings by Wash- ington McKinney out of Daly mares, and a stylish span of bays, 16 hands, by Daly. For sale at a reasonable price. Address ROSEDALE STOCK FARM, Santa Rosa, Cal. TROTTERS AND PiCERS TRAINED FOR TRACK OR ROAD two and thre« year olds. Terms reasonable. Apply to JAMES BERRYMAN, Alameda Race Track. FOR SALE. rpHREE MCKINNEY FILLIES, ONE McKIN -1- ney gelding and one Diablo golding, 4 to 7 years old; all speedy. For particulars oal] or address WM. HAMILTON, in rear of Kill Frank- lin street, Oakland. Gentle, Fast and Handsome Mare FOR SALE. VEMTS N. £:20W, BY SON OF DIRECTOR, am by BffoOIell&sd. Has never had but four weo .4* track work and has paced a half In 1:04. â Id 8:15to a certainty. Very gentle, dark ill no bad habitsâa beautiful travoler. record of 3:20j< at Napa last August. For reasonable price. Address ALBERT , Sebastopol, Sonoma Co., Gal. R. D FOR SALE. GTANDARD-BRED STALLION-BAY WITH ^ black points: 6 years old; 15.3 hands high; by Sable Wilkes 2:18, dam the registered mare Menlo Belle 2:30 by Menlo 2:2L'/3, son of Nutwood. This handsome young stallion is thoroughly broken, perfectly gentle and has been driven by a lady. He is perfectly sound and never trained. Will be sold very reasonable. Apply to Owner, 66 Carl street. San Francisco ANNUAL LIST OF STAKES c OR THE Twenty-Fifth Annual Meetingâ: 903 TO CLOSE ON MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1903. CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. BRIGHTON HANDICAP, $10,000 added. (Estimated value, $17,500). One Mile and a Quarter BRIGHTON CUP, $5000, and a Cup of the value, of $1000 added. Two Miles and a Quarter CUP PRELIMINARY, $1500 added. One Mile and a Half ISLIP HANDICAP, $1500 added. One Mile and a Furlong JAMAICA STAKES (Selling), $1500 added. Six Furlongs TEST HANDICAP. $1500 added. Six Furlongs NAUTILUS STAKES (Selling), $1500 added. One Mile and a Furlong THREE-YEAR-OLDS. SEAGATE STAKES, $2000 added. One Mile and a Furlong Six Furlongs Six Furlongs BLAKE, M0FF1TT & TOWNE -DEALERSIN- 65-57-59-61 First Street, 8. F Tklbpuonb Main 199. GLEN COVE HANDICAP, $1500 added. SEA GULL STAKES FOR FILLIES, $1500 added. TWO-YEAR-OLDS. MONTAUK STAKES, $1500 added. ATLANTIC STAKES (Selling-), $1500 added. WINGED FOOT HANDICAP, $1500 added. DISTAFF STAKES FOR FILLIES, $1500 added. STEEPLECHASES. PUNCHESTOWN STAKES, $1500 added. Full Course. About Two Miles and a Hal LEOPARDSTOWN STAKES, $1500 added. Short Course. About Two Miles Six Furlongs Six Furlongs Six Furlongs Five Furlongs AINTREE STAKES, $1500 added. Full Course. About Two Miles and a Half CURRAGH STAKES (Selling), $1500 added. Short Course. About Two Miles The Rules of Racing adopted by The Jockey Club and the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association govern all races run under the auspices of the BRIGHTON BEACH RACING ASSOCIATION. W. A. ENGEMAN, President. For additional information and Stake Entry Blanks address JOHN BODEN, JR., Racing Secretary, 815 MONTAGUE ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y.

  

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SPRATTS PATENT. DOG CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. NEWARK, N. J. Send for free copy of "DOG CULTURE." ST. LOUIS, MO. Pacific Coast Branchâ1324 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Agents'for "SANITAS"' Disinfectant. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. Twentieth Annual Trials OF THE Pacific Coast Field Trials Club TO BE KDN AT Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS. Agent, 421 MAKKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. GIBBS' CELEBBATEB PROCESS OF BAPID MIDEBIY In Practical Use Over Twenty-Five Years. Used Everywhere la America. Hundreds of Testimonials. Try and Be Convinced. Start a Class. Money In It. Be Your Own Taxidermist. Naturalists, Collectors, Gunners, Anglers, Outers, Boys, Girls, and all others interested in nature and anxious to preserve the specimens taken in wood and field, have all felt the need of a simple method of preservation, which is free from intricacies and inexpensive. There is a method of rapid taxidermy now in extensive use, which meets the requirements of all amateurs who wish a practical and inexpensive method of preserving the trophies of the outing and collecting trip. This is not the old system of so-called stuffing, so expensive, laborious and disap- pointing, but is a rapid system, which anyone can learn at once and which is guaranteed to give satisfaction. By this process you may preserve the beautiful plumage of the grouse and woodcock, or the pike's or buck's head, or the showy feathers of the tanager. Boys, girls and all others can do good work and may make money, as mounted heads and birds find a ready sale, and besides you may teach your friends and decorate the school-room, office and dining-room with native birds and other attractions. Jf you are in doubt, then get your friends to go in with you ani start a class, for when several work together there is an advantage and the expense is next to nothing. On the receipt of $1, cash or stamps, I will send full printed instructions for mounting birds, heads, mammals, etc , and aU materials for mounting and preserving specimensâincluding prepared compound, together with full directions for dressing skins with the hair on for rugs and robes, so that you will not be to the expense of one cent. Remember, I Guarantee Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Mention Bbeedeb and Sportsman and address MORRIS GIBBS. M. D., Kalamazoo, Mich. Bakersfield (KERN COUNTY) Commencing Monday, Jan. 12,1903 Members' Stake Annual Derby Ail-Aged Stake Champion Stake Entries for All-Aged Stake close Dec. 15,1902 J. E. TERRY (Sacramento), President. ALBERT BETZ, Secretary, No. 301 Parrott BUlg., S. F., CaL -eSF-For Entry Blanks and information address the Secretary. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers. WANDEE BUZZARD, formerly Lfthian Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee 830 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltscar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee S25 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Fee 810 Puppies and Brood Bitches for sale. Dogs shown by appointment only; Address WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St., San Francisco, Cal. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisements under this head one cent per word per insertion. Cask to accompany order. ENGLISH SETTERS. T^OR SALEâBLUE BELTON ENGLISH -1- Setter bitch, Gabilan Lady, two years old, by Luke C.-Nancy Hanks, full sister to Buckwa; good retriever, partly broken on field work. Al- o, two bitches and one dog. four months old, by Count Danstone (Ch. Count Gladstone TV-Dan's Lady); blue belton and black, white and tan markv ings- Address GABILAN KENNELS, Hollister, California. COCKER SPANIELS. TWO GOOD ONES. T HAVE TWO WELL-BRED GREYHOUNDS -*- for sale. A puppy, 16 months old, by Rocker out of Mountain Beauty, and Briarroot, 6 years, by Hadiwist out of Lady Lowe. These Are Prospective Winners. A rare chance. Apply to A. ROY HARRISON, 78 Geary street, San Francisco. PORTABLE SHOOTING. BOXES BUNGALOWS READY TO LIVE IN Durable, Convenient, Moderate in cost. Catalogues and Prices by mail, BURNH AM-STAND EFORD COMPANY Corner First and Washington Sts , Oakland BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery. St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYR SHIRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. Absorbing Jr., Cures Boils, Ahcesses, etc. Kills Pain, Absorbs Any Soft Bunch. If afflicted send $1.00 for a bottle. Describe your case fully, and any special directions needed will be sent free. Address the Mfgr., W. F. YOUNG, P. D. F., SPRINGFIEIJ), . . MASS. For sale by Mack & Co., Langley& Michaels Go. E'.dington & Co., J. O'Kane, and J. A. McKerron all of San Francisco. FOR SALE. Smooth Fox Terriers. INCLUDING Norfolk Trueman, Imelda, lone;, Isabelle, Elmwood Vassar, etc. N. H. HICKMAN, 1767 Page St., San Francisco Terms reasonable. AT STUD â pOR SALEâCOCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES r by Ch. Hampton Goldie. Apply at junction old county andRedwood roads, Fruitvale, Alameda -VTAIROD KENNELSâA FEW SPECIAL BAR- -^ gains in puppies, young bitches, and bitches in whelp, to make room. Finely bred stock. The prize-winning Cocker, Plumeria Beau JJ, at stud. 123 Third Avenue, San Francisco. pLUMERIA COCKER KENNELSâAT STUD, i Champion Hampton Goldie 53,100 (Champion Red Mack-Hampton Queen Readie). Goldie has sired more winners than all of our Coast dogs combined. See any bench show catalogue. Fee $20. Plumeria Tweedlepuncb (Champion Hamp- ton Goldie-Omo Girl). Fee SI5. Young and ma- tured stock for sale. Our motto, "The Best." E. C. PLUME, 415 Third Ave., San Francisco. ST. BERNARDS. CUBA OF KENWOOD (Glenbeigh Jr.âStella) SAM'S BOW (Plain SamâDolly Dee II) STOGKDALE KENNELS K. M. DODGE, Manager, Bakersfield, Kern Co., Boarding. Pointer Puppies and well-broken Dogs for sale. J^^^ BOOK ONâ 4^ Dog Diseases Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. Clay Glover, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway, New York. NAIROD KENNELSâA SINGLE BARGAIN in royally bred St. Bernard puppy. At stud, the noted Grand Master II, winner of many prizes and admittedly the best on the Coast. 123 Third Avenue, San Francisco. GREAT DANES. FOR SALEâBY Blue Beard out of Maud S. Both sire and dam bench show winners. Anply to or address O. BERGSTEN, Center-street Station, Oakland,Cal. RUSS Montgomery, HOUSE Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen1! American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props.

  

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BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS SMOKELESS RIFLE O. DANIEL, HELM R.' SPRATTS PATENT. DOG NEWARK, N. J, CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. Send for free copy of "DOG CULTURE." 8T. LOUIS, MO Paclflo Coast Brauch-132* Valencia Street, San Francisco Agents for "SANITAS" Disinfectant. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS, Agent, SAN FB.ANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 481 MARKET STREET. GIBBS' CELEBBATED PROCESS OF BAPIB TAIIDEEMT In Praoical Use Over Twenty-Five Tears. Used Everywhere in America. Hundreds of Testimonials. Try and Be Convinced. Start a Class. Money in It. Be Tour Own Taxidermist. and^n5ouSi??iâ¢i1reâ¢Â°S«G?nile,ts' **$<?*⢠Outers, Boys, Girls, and all others interested In natnre point"",? but is a ranfrt «â¢,«â¢Â°lahfyhs,em °r so-called, stuffing, so eipensire, laborious and disap satlsfaouon. system, which anyone oan learn at once and whioh is guaranteed to give or bSfk'?h».n0Cn"r IZH^*7 Preserve the beautiful plumage of the grouse and woodcock, or the pike's may make monov a^nSSSMSS8 °' '? Va5aslr'J ^^ glrls and a11 ot"ers c3n a° S°od work and friendsmdflSooraS?th?S?wl â¢â¢ âe? birds And a ready sale, and besides you may teach your If vou are in dnnhr th.n SSKSSSff' °FV am? ^ftB-room with native birds and other attractions. £fafter^SM^»i«r?SA1ll?,â¢iI?^togota.^*7ou an1 start a olass, for when several work togetner tnere Is an advantage and the expense is next to nothing heaaVmaemrmae,»P'e?ii ,i,Sl,fn0r 8,tanlP\L wil1 send full printed instructions for mounting birds, Sâ¢aT»;lj.Sln1^a,^all'orrn,i,ine ana Preserving speolmens-including prepared Sff?^^g^aSSSla0I!S2X?,'ares8lng ^^ wlth ,h8 halr on ,or rag8 and rob03' s°""" Remember, I Guarantee Satisfaction or Money Refunded. DELVERTOtf KENNELS Hampton Promise A. K. C. No. 53101 (BLACK DUKE II-Ch. GAIETY GIRL) Winner of 27 prizes. Stud fee, $15. Apply to T. J. BLIGHT, 213 Third Avenue. San Francisco. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers, WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Lithian Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fe« 830 WANDEE EEVE1BI, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltsoar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Pee 835 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Fee 810 Puppies and Brood Bitches for sale. Bogs shown by appointment only. Address WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St.. San Francisco Cal. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisements under this head one cent per word per insertion. Cash to accompany order. KETRIEVEBS, AT STUDâTHE RETRIEVER JIM BUDD . For Particulars andress OWNER, 100 Olive Avenue. San Pranoisco. *»"»= COLLIES. Mention Bekedeb and Sportsman and address MORRIS GIBBS, M. D., Kalamazoo, Mich, Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cared In 48 Hoars. CAPSULES ⢠RTJSS HOUSE Montgomery. Pine & Bash Sts. AT STUD QAK GROVE COLLIE KENNELS.-THE ~ finest kennel of Scotch Collies on the Pscinc Coast. At studâCh. Ormskirk Emerald Jr and imported Cheviot Construction. 1? handsome sable and white pups, ready to ship, and half- grown bitches for sale. No postal cards an- swered. Catalogue free. Western agent for Standard Oil of Tar. sure death to fleas and mange. O J. ALBEE, Lawrence, Cal AT STUD. CUBA OF- KENWOOD (Slenbeigh Jr.âStella) SAM'S BOW (Plain SamâDoUy Dee II) STOCKDALE KENNELS K. M. DODGE, Manager, Bakersfield, Kern Co., Boarding. Pointer Puppies and well-broken Dogs for sale.

 

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. Superior to Copaiba, Cnbebs or Injeottoo BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Pair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows «-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams oompetlng. 5th year my Holstelns have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs F H. Bnrke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F JERSEYS, HOLSTEIN8 AND DITRH A MS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry Estab- lished 1876. William Niles a! ci.TlosAngViesi »I?J!HI?ESrYo,m« BaU". °°w» auu Heifers. Kegtftered. Prom prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. C0C0ANUT OIL CAKE THE BEST FEED FOR STOCK, CHICKENS AND P1QS FOE SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT BY EL DORADO LINSEED OIL WORKS CO. 80S California Street, San Francisco, Cal, At Stud. SMOOTH FOX TERRIER Norfolk Trueman poo $70 Sire of Garston Prefect (1st puppy l tt 0..V. reServe winners, Oakland, 1903), Imelda (winners and special for best, S. P., 1902), Isabelle. etc. N. H. HICKMAN, 1767 Page St., San Francisco. (~â Fran:

  

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Identifier: wheelcyclingtrad11241newy

Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review

Year: 1888 (1880s)

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Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists

Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review

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tires, fully guaranteed, for sale cheap.SEND FOR CIRCULAR. CLEMENS & CURTISS CO., 956 EIGHTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. SCHWALBACH, THE BROOKLYN DEALER, Handles Ramblers, Imperials, Libertys, Nia-garas and New Mail CYCLES. Largest Repair Shop. Wheels Sold on the Installment Plan. CHAS. SCHWALBACH, FLATBUSH AVENUE, Franklin Avenue Entrance to Prospect Park, • • • BRANCHES • • • Ninth Ave. and Union St., 450 Bedford Ave., 1187 Bed-ford Ave. Telephone ; 51 Flatbush. Bartlults Diiesi of Traie Marks Gives all the registered trade marks forMachines, Metals, Jewelry, Hardware, Stoves,Vehicles and everything wholly or largelycomposed of metal. 5,000 TRADE MARKS. 1,200 CUTS. Manufacturers should know the trade marksused iu their trade. Dealers should knowwhose goods they handle and how to avoidlitigation. This book is a compendium of the trademark law and business mans guide. By mail, cloth, By mail, full sheep. 32.504.00 Address, WALLACE A. BARTLETT, Patent Attorney. WASHINGTON, D. C.

 

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STANDARD CAP CO. (MARCUSE « MUIISOI), A dozen different styles to select from at reducedrates. The cheapest and best equipped repair shop inlty. Low prices and skilled workmanship. JAMES A. MAHER, 468 Eighth Ave., N. Y. BLOOMER SUITS H. STRUGNELL, 310 Broadu/ay,Near Duane St., NEW YOEK. (UP STAIRS.) OUTFITTER FOR ALL THE LeafliiBicFCleCls ^g Sweater Racing Suits,I^P^ Jersey Suits, full tights, etc.Everything furnished fromtrade mark. Cap to the Shoes.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Half Tones and Line Engraving, Artlatlo Designing. 506 MlBilon St., cor. First. San Franelflcu BLAKE, MOFFITT & T0WNE . . â» -DEALERS IN- 55-57-59-61 First Street, S. F. TelEPH0NB!MAIN_199 fUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladies and see the FA8TEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S.OLNET &SON, Proprietors LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission, Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. Room 7. warehouse: 203 Berry St SAN FRANCISCO, Telephone: Main 1097. CAL. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 3d for aged cows, i-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. P. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. P. JERSEYS, HOL8TEINB AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYR SHIRESâYoung Balls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Petaluma Cal. IS POSITIVE IN THE PRESENCE OF SERGEANT'S CONDITION PILLS. Lustrous eyes, keen appetite, strength and ambition all reclaimed by this world renowned dog remedy. For torpid liver it is unexcelled. As a general tonic supreme. Mange, Distemper, Chills, Fever and General Debility posi- tively cured by it, and for every sickness to which a dog is subject these pills are administered in preference to any other medicine. 60c. and $1.00, postpaid. SERGEANT'S SURE SHOT emancipates the canine from worms and may be depended upon. 50c. by mail. All remedies bearing our stamp are Standard the World Over. An order or 8c. in stamps will bring to your desk free our Revised Dog Treatise and a Pedigree Blank. "Sergeant's Dog Remedies" for sale by all Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers. F.I. HO., Los Angeles, Cal.. Pacific Coast SuddIv Depot

 

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SPRATTS PATENT. DOG CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. NEWARK, N. J. Send ;or free copy of "DOG CULTURE." ST. LOUIS, MO. Pacific Coast Branchâ1324 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Agents for " SANITAS *' Disinfectant. I Being overstocked, we offer for sale cheap a grand lot of POINTER PUPPIES By CHAMP. SAMS BOW-WINNIPEG FLY, six months old By CHAMP. CUBA OF KENWOOD- JINGOS BAGPIPE,five months old By CHAMP. CUBA OF KENWOOD- FLY'S GIRL, four months old. Now is your time to pick a good Derby Entry for nest year... STOCKDALE KENNELS R. M. Dodge, Mgr. Bakersfield, Cal CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisements under this head one cent per word per insertion. Cash to accompany order. COLLIES. pOLLIE PUPS FOR SALE-BY PRIZE ^-/ winning imported sires and dams, fit for bench, ranch or farm Both sexes. Prices accord- ing to quality. Correspondence solicited: all let- ters cheerfully answered. THOS. S. GRIFFITH, Bos 1907, Spokane, Wash. ENGLISH SETTERS. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers, WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Lithian Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee 830 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Salt-soar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee S25 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Fee SIO Puppies and Brood Bitches for sale. Dogs shown by appointment only. Address WANDEE KENNELS, 8t-i Harrison St., San Francisco Cal. Tj^OR SALEâFANCHON, BLUE BELTON -1- bitch, 9 months; handsome, stvlish; by Count Danstone-Lady: prioe $30 VICTORIA FLEET, b. w. t. dog; sure bench winner; 6 months: by Albert's Fleet-Albert's Rosalind; price $50. PEARLY, handsome lemon belton bitch, no patches; 9 months; by Petrel's Count-Fairland Pet; price $40. FAIRLAND PET 51120, b. w. t. bitch, 5 years old; by Ch Rodfield-Nellie's Beauty (litter sister to Cincinnatus' Pride); price $75. MRS. THOS. MURPHY, Gabllan Kennels, Hol- lister, Cal. delverton kennels Hampton Promise A. K. C. l,o. 53101 (BLACK DUKE II-CH. GAIETY GIRL) Winner of 27 prizes. Stud fee, $15. Apply to T. J. BLIGHT, 213 Third Avenue. San Franoisco. AT STUD CUBA OF KENWOOD (Glenbeigh Jr.-SteUa) SAM'S BOW (Plain SamâDolly Dee II) STOCKDALE KENNELS K. M. DODOE, Manager, Bakersfield, Kern Co., Boarding. Pointer Puppies and well-broken Dogs for sale. GREAT DANES. GF REAT DANE DOG PUPS FOR SALEâSIX months old; out of Maud S by Blue Beard, bo:h frequent bench winners. Apply or address O. BERGSTEN, Center-street Station, Oak- land, Cal. COCKER SPANIELS. pLUMERIA COCKER KENNELS ARE TEM- -C porarily located at 213 Third avenue. Watch these columns for permanent address. At Stud: Champion Hampton Goldie. winner of special for best stud dog every time competed for. Fee $30 (toapproved bitches). PlumeriaTweedle- punch, very small, but a perfect little Cocker. Fee $15. T.'J. BLIGHT, handler, 213 Third avenue, San Francisco. T^AIROD KENNELSâA FEW SPECIAL BAR- -^ gains In puppies, young bitohes, and bltchea in whelp, to make room. Finely bred stock. The prize-winning Cocker, Plumerla Beau n, at stud. Also Glenwood Kennels' famous black Cocker, Champion Havoc. Fee $20. 123 Third Avenue, San Francisco. FOR SALEâCOCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES by Ch. Hampton Goldie. Apply at junction old county and Redwood roads, Fruitvale, Alameda AT STUD. AT Stud. SMOOTH FOX TERRIER MORFOLK TRUEMAN , fclft Sire of Garston Prefect (1st puppy, â¢^eC 3>iU. reserve winners, Oakland, 1902), Unelda (winners and speoial for best, S. F., 1902) Isabelle, etc. ^ H fflCKMAN, 1767 Page St., San Francisco. ^^^ â BOOK on 4^ Dog Diseases Bow to :F*o©<a. Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway, New York. pH. WOODCOTE WONDERâTHE WORLD'S ^ champion Bull Terrier. Bulldog, END- CLIFFE FORCEPS. Boston Terriers. Irish Terrier, ^DCLIFFE PADDLAR. Foi Ter- riers (wi^^a nd smooth). CAIRNSMU1R GEN- ERAL aoV'.ABY ELVET (winner of 7 firsts in England before he was 18 months old). Brood bitches, bitohes in whelp, and puppies by above dogs always for Bale Apply to WOODLAWN KENNELS, Geary St. and Central Ave., San Francisco. Telephone: Baker 3031. ST. BERNARDS. NAIROD KENNELSâA SINGLE BARGAIN in royally bred St. Bernard pappy. At stad, the noted Grand Master II, winner of many prize, and admittedly the best on the Coast. 193 Third Avenue. San Francisoo. PEDIGREES TABULATED And type written Ready for framing. Write for prices. â HDBR AND SPORTSMAN, 30 GMryStr Sac Francisco. Cal.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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Portal Houses ALL SIZES. Particularly desirable for Shooting Boxes. Bungalows and Summer Houses. A*VERY CONVENIENT AND INEXPENSIVE HOUSE. Send for Illustrated Circu lar and Price List. BurnhamâStandeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet First and Second, OAKLAND, CAL. San Francisco Office: 40 New Montgomery Street â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ EMPIRE The PERFECT Bulk Smokeles â¢â¢â¢â¢â Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by th^ ,eading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole agents. I M I All A m 75 CHAMBERS STâ NEW YORK CITY \J â II â L*nw Ow \S\Jm Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealc In Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing Goods. le Agents for BALLISTI1 c (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders BALL STITE The Standard Dense Powder of the World. Still Leads at the Traps or in the Field. Take No One's WordâTry Them for Yonrself. A postal brings ;1 Shooting Facts." (Third Edition ) HAZARD BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS gj^ANP SMOKELESS RIFLE Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS. Agent, «31 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. GIBBS' CELEBRATED PROCESS OF RAPID TAIIDEBMY In Pracical Use Over Twenty-Five Years. Used Everywhere in America. Hundreds of Testimonials Try and Be Convinced. Start a Class. Money in It. Be Your Own Taxidermist. Naturalists, Collectors, Gunners, Anglers, Outers, Boys, Girls, and all others interested in nature and anxious to preserve the speolmens taken In wood and field, have all felt the need of a simple method of preservation, which is free from intricacies and inexpensive. There is a method of rapid taxidermy now in extensive use, which meets the requirements of all amateurs who wish a practical and inexpensive method of preserving the trophies of the outing and collecting trip. This is not the old system of so-called stuffing, so expensive, laborious and disap- pointing, but is a rapid system, which anyone can learn at once and which is guaranteed to give satisfaction. By this process you may preserve the beautiful plumage of the grouse and woodcock, or the pike's or buck's head, or the showy feathers of the tanager. Boys, girls and all others can do good work and may make money, as mounted heads and birds find a ready sale, and besides you may teach your friends and decorate the school-room, office and dining-room with native birds and other attractions. If you are in doubt, then get your friends to go in with you an i start a olass, for when several work together there is an advantage and the expense is next to nothing. On the receipt of $1, cash or stamps, I will send full printed instructions for mounting birds, heads, mammals, etc , and all materials for mounting and preserving specimensâincluding prepared compound, together with full directions for dressing skins with the hair on for rugs and robes, so that you will not be to the expense of one cent. Remember, I Guarantee Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Mention Bbeeder and Sportsman and address MORRIS GIBBS, M. D., Kalamazoo, Mich. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured In 48 Hours. mm. CAPSULES * Superior to Copaiba, Cabebs or Injection BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOI-STEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter coDtest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.- Los Angeles, Cal. RUSS OUSE & Bush Sts.

 

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters j American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. £0C0ANUT OIL CAKE THE BEST FEED FOR STOCK, CHICKENS AND P1QS FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT BY EL DORADO LINSEED OIL WORKS CO. 208 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE -DEALERSIN- AYR SHIRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. 65-57-69-61 First Street, S. P. Telhfhorb MAIN 19B. SICK DOGS MADE VLELl

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library

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"OUK THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION" says the horse, "should be a united appeal to our mas- ters on our urgent need for Veterinary "Agreed,1' cries all. "Make it strong," says the cow. "Inspired by the sweet relief from scratches and grease heel of years standing, we proclaim with all the power that experience and unfailing tests can give on old sores, scratches, grease heel, wounds, hoof rot, cowpox, mange and swellings, we unanimously beseech our masters to investi- gate its healing power and win our heartfelt gratitude." Money back if it fails. 2oz. 25c, 8 oz. 50c, 5-lb. pkg. $4. at all druggists and dealers or sent prepaid TROY CHEMICAL CO., TROY, N. Y. D E. Newell, Pacific Coast Agent, 519 Mission Street, San Francis~o. STANDARD-BRED HORSES FOR SALE fin v bay stallion by Guy Wilkes, dam by Nut- UUJ» wood 600; 2d dam by Alexander's Abdal- lah; 3d dam by Lexington; 11 year sold, 16 hands Splendid individual, well broken and a good sire. Rinnrlip bJ- Marquis, dam by Rysdyk's Ham- UIUUU1C bletonian;2ddamby Clark Chief; 3d dam by Blackhawk. A high-class broodmare. Dnky by Monroe Chief, dam by Rysdyk's Ham- uauy bletonian. A fine individual. p|nrg by Williamson's Belmont, dam by Mam- riuia brinoPatchen. All the above hordes will be sold at a very rea sonable price. For terms and further particulars address LINDA VISTA VINEYARDS, Mission San Jose, Alameda Co, Cal. LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission, Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. warehouse: 203 Berry St. office: 303 California St, Room 7. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Telephone: Main 1027. CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY PEDI0REES TABULATED And type written Ready for framing. Write for prioes. Breeder and Spohtsman, 36 Geary Street Sin.1 Francisco. Cal. Sm Most Reliable Remedy. I lGOr^leAT.,Brutfori.Cnt.,CM..N.v i.r.iyO. I Deai ⢠- - i hire used jour .-;-'â .:, Cortt I vllh mat «(â â¢<â â¢.'- I find It a tn«t valuaM* I llnlmeritto hire, u I h»Te foundlt trurcrure tor Cut*, Sprain* and Borne** Gille,%ni\ mt a Sparta Curt Ula tbemott relioWefininrat wbought CALEBTILLEY. SPAVIN CURE Four Spavins and Three Ring- bones Cured. S7o2 PalmTTa St-^iew 0r!t»n!.U.^ace 10.1900 Or. B. J. Kendall Co.. Dear Sirs:âI h»t» used ten bottle] of jDorEeDdiJl'a Sparta Core. It cured/ijur Spavin* ind three t&ngkone*. Row I would like one of joui harts books. Yvan truly, E. BENWEIT. THE OLD RELIABLE | And Most Successful Remedy Ever Discovered for Spe^virvs, Ringbones, Splints &.r\d a-11 Lameness. This is the unqualified experience of thousands of horsemen and ethers in this and other , countries and there is no reason why you should not share in these benefits. Just read what the above people say about "Kendall's." Write to them for your own satisfaction. . In addition to being the best stable remedy | known, it is unequaled as a liniment for house- ' J hold and family use. Sold generally by all drug- I gists. Price £1; six bottles for £5. We send | I valuable book, "A Treatise on the Horse," pro- | fusely illustrated, free upon request. DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburg FaJls, Vt EUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters. American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. !WMjR]E i inTgi HoGCATTlEPOUlTRypTT|Ns««!l,|,E . |WKf|WAST^WIRE%JRpmW0RK|___ MFFREMONxiCsAHf RftHCSSCo" Tâ Speed and Style For Sale. \ N IDEAL GENTLEMAN'S DRIVING MARE -^ by Director, dam by Dexter Prince oughly well broken, sound and reliable. $250. Address G. H., this office. This is a rare chance. Thor Price Horses Trained for Track or Road ED LAFFERTY HAS LOCATED AT THE corner of Geary street and Central avenue, San Francisco, and will take horses to board and care for. Special attention paid to gaiting trot- ters and pacers for the road or track Terms reasonable. Address ED LAFFERTY, comer Geary street and Central avenue, San Francisco. Telephone: Scott 1547. GOOD DRIVERS FOR SALE. A NUMBER OF HANDSOME, SOUND AND -^ well-broken high-class Driving Horses out of producing dams Also, some weanliDgs by Wash- ington McKinney out of Daly mares, and a stylish span of bays, 16 hands, by Daly. For sale at a reasonable price. Address BOSEDALE STOCK FARM, Santa Rosa, Cat. GOOD HORSE FOR SALE. POR SALEâA HANDSOME SORREL GELD- â *- Ing Pacer, 5 years old, absolutely sound and gentle, pleasant driver, double or single, and a good saddle horse; has a three-year old record of 2:12 and should pace in 2:08 next season; stands about 15-3 hands and is in every respect a desir able animal for track or road. Will sell cheap for cash. T. W. BARSTOW, San Jose, Cal. WANTED TO BUY PONY STALLION ])AY, BROWN OR BLACK; 14 HANDS OR -*-* under; 4 to 8 years old, stout built, trotter or pacer. Standard-bred preferred. With or with- out record, but must be fast and able to show speed. Send description with lowest cash price to M. R., Breeder and Sportsman, 38 Geary Street, San Francisco. MATCHED TEAMS ROADSTERS, SINGLE Drivers, well-bred and gen- tle. Will be guaranteed as represented. Correspondence solicited. STEWART'S HORSE MARKET 731 Howard St., near Third, San Francisco. BLAKE, M0FFITT & T0WNE -DEALERS IXâ 65-57-59-61 First Street, 8. P. Telephone Main 199. 1902

  

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Identifier: acadmiciensda00font

Title: Académiciens d'autrefois

Year: 1914 (1910s)

Authors: Fontaine, André Jean Charles

Subjects: Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture (France) Artists, French Art

Publisher: Paris, H. Laurens

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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Portable Houses ALL, SIZES. Particularly desirable for Shooting Boxes. Bungalows and Summer Houses. A VERY CONvTnIENT AND INEXPENSIVE HOUSE. SeDd for Illustrated Circi- lar and Price List. Burnham—Standeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet. First and Second, H OAKLAND. CAL. San Francisco Office: 40 New Montgomery Street NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. Your attention is respectfully called to the following; SKINNER'S HAND LOADED CARTRIDGES New Stock DECOY DUCKS, Painted Properly. Pure Gum GOSSAMER COATS, warranted. CREEDMOOR SPECIAL SHOOTING SHOES (. -S.-ml for Catalog .:ri H. E. SKINNER CO.. 801 Market St., S. F. Southwest Comer of Fourth and Market Streets. ••••• ••••• ••••• ••••• EMPIRE The PERFECT Bulk Smokeless. • •••• Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by the leading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole agents. J. H. LAU & CO. 75 CHAMBERS ST,, NEW YORK CITY Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealers In Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing Goods. Sole Agents for BALLISTITE (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders BALLISTITE The Standard Dense Powder of the World. Still Leads at the Traps or In the Field. Take No One's Word—Try Them for Yourself. A postal brings ;| Shooting Facts." (Third Edition.) BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS HAZARD fiAND SMOKELESS RIFLE Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS. Agent, 431 MARKET STREET, SAJJ FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINS—Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beateD Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DCRH AMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYR SHIRES—Young Bulls, Cows and Heifers Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon. Petaluma. Cal. RTJSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO.. Props. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured In 48 Hours. CAPSULES ; Superior to Copaiba, Cubebs or Injection VETERINARY. DR. C. MASOERO VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate of Royal Veterinary College of Turin Infirmary and Residence—811 Howard St.: between Fourth and Fifth Sts., San Francisco. Telephone: Main 457. Ira Barker Dalziel VETERINARY DENTIST fancy Carriage.Saddle and Roa<* Horses for Sale Office and stable: 605 Golden Gate Avenue, Sac Francisco, Cal. Telephone South 651. Dr. w zxx, ^F*. ZDsaxi. M. R. C. V. S-, F. E. V. M. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, England; Fellow of the Edinburg Veterinary Medical Society: Graduate of the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh; Veterinary Sur- geon to the S. F. Fire Department; Live Stock Inspector forNew Zealand and Australian Colonle* at the port of San Francisco; Professor of Equine Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Depart- ment University of California: Ex-President o the California State Veterinary Medical Associa- tion; Veterinary Infirmary, Residence and Office, San Francisco Veterinary Hospital. 1117 Golden Gate Avenue, near Webster St., San Francisco: Telephone West 128. #" Dog Diseases Ko-wr to DF*©oci Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway, New York. SICK DOGS MADE ytELL

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Half Tones and Line Engraving, Artlatlo Designing. 506 MlBilon St., cor. First. San Franelflcu BLAKE, MOFFITT & T0WNE . . —» -DEALERS IN- 55-57-59-61 First Street, S. F. TelEPH0NB!MAIN_199 fUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladies and see the FA8TEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S.OLNET &SON, Proprietors LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission, Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. Room 7. warehouse: 203 Berry St SAN FRANCISCO, Telephone: Main 1097. CAL. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINS—Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 3d for aged cows, i-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. P. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. P. JERSEYS, HOL8TEINB AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYR SHIRES—Young Balls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Petaluma Cal. IS POSITIVE IN THE PRESENCE OF SERGEANT'S CONDITION PILLS. Lustrous eyes, keen appetite, strength and ambition all reclaimed by this world renowned dog remedy. For torpid liver it is unexcelled. As a general tonic supreme. Mange, Distemper, Chills, Fever and General Debility posi- tively cured by it, and for every sickness to which a dog is subject these pills are administered in preference to any other medicine. 60c. and $1.00, postpaid. SERGEANT'S SURE SHOT emancipates the canine from worms and may be depended upon. 50c. by mail. All remedies bearing our stamp are Standard the World Over. An order or 8c. in stamps will bring to your desk free our Revised Dog Treatise and a Pedigree Blank. "Sergeant's Dog Remedies" for sale by all Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers. F.I. HO., Los Angeles, Cal.. Pacific Coast SuddIv Depot

  

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Portable Houses! ALL SIZES. Particularly desirable for Shooting Boxes. Bungalows and Summer Houses. A VERY CONVENIENT AND INEXPENSIVE HOUSE. Send for Illustrated Clrcu lar and Price List. Blfnnarn--Standeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet. First and Second, ?» OAKLAND, CAL. San Francisco Office: 40 New Montgomery Street BALLISTITE The Standard Dense Powder of the World. ArtTinxnS S265,460 During the Past Four Years, Heading the List of Winning Powders. I H I All A m 75 CHAMBERS ST,, NEW YORK CITY \Jm n» LHU Ow KS\S* Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealers In Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing: Goods. Sole Agents for BALLISTITE (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders ••••• ••••• ••••• EMPIRE ••«..< •••.. •••..< •••- The PERFECT Bulk Smokeles • Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by tho leading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole aeents. TAKE NO ONE'S WORD—TRY THEM FOR YOURSELF. A postal brings "Shooting Facts." (Third Edition.) HAZARD BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS #####and SMOKELESS RIFLE Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS, Agent, 421 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCIsCO, CALIFORNIA. GIBBS' CELEBKATED PROCESS OF RAPID TAXIDEEMY In Pracical Use Over Twenty-Five Years. Used Everywhere in America. Hundreds of Testimonials. Try and Be Convinced. Start a Class. Money in It. Be Your Own Taxidermist. Naturalists, Collectors, Gunners, Anglers, Outers, Boys, Girls, and all others interested in nature and anxious to preserve the specimens taken In wood and field, have all felt the need of a simple method of preservation, which Is free from intricacies and inexpensive. There is a method of rapid taxidermy now in extensive use, which meets the requirements of all amateurs who wish a praotical and Inexpensive method of preserving the trophies of the outing and collecting trip. This is not the old system of so-called stuffing, so expensive, laborious and disap- pointing, but is a rapid system, which anyone can learn at once and which is guaranteed to give satisfaction. By this process you may preserve the beautiful plumage of the grouse and woodcock, or the pike's .or buck's head, or the showy feathers of the tanager. Boys, girls and all others can do good work and may make money, as mounted heads and birds And a ready sale, and besides you may teach your friends and decorate the school-room, office and dining-room with native birds and other attractions. If you are in doubt, then get your friends to go in with you an i start a olass, for when several work together there is an advantage and the expense is next to nothing. On the receiptor $1, cash or stamps, I will send full printed instructions for mounting birds, heads, mammals, etc , and ail materials for mounting and preserving specimens—including prepared compound, together with full directions for dressing skins with the hair on for rugs and robes, so that you will not be to the expense of one cent. Remember, I Guarantee Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Mention Breeder and Sportsman and address MORRIS GIBBS, M. D„ Kalamazoo, Mich. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured In 48 Hours. CAPSULES '1 Superior to Copaiba. Cnbebs or Injection BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINS—Winners of every 7 days1 butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stook specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.-Los Angeles, Oal. AYR SHIRES—Young Bulls, Cowa and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. RUSS HOUSE Montgomery. Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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iiSSill Bill Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. C0COANUT OIL CAKE THE BEST FEED FOR STOCK, CHICKENS AND PIGS FOR SALE IN LOTS TO" SUIT BY EL DORADO LINSEED OIL WORKS CO. 208 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE -DEALERSIN- 66-67-60-61 First Street, S. Thlhphonh Main 190. DOG

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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BurnhamâStandeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet. First and Second, The PERFECT Bulk Smokeless. Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by the leading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole agents. I M I All A m 75 CHAMBERS ST,, NEW YORK CITY V« n» UMU Ol/ WV-/b Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealers In Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing Goods. Sole Agents for BALLISTITE (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders BALLISTITE The Standard Dense Powder of the World. Still Leads at the Traps or in the Field. Take No One's "WordâTry Them for Yourself. A postal brings ;' Shooting Facts." (Third Edition) HAZARD BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS ,HHMH»»A"P SMOKELESS RIFLE Always Popular and Always Perfect. AIANSON H. PHELPS. Agent, 421 MARKET STREET. - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. RUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts. Hunt and Fish ALONG THE LINE OF THE (LESSEE OF THE S. F. & N. P. R. R.) Best Hunting and Fishing in the State Numerous and Popular Resorts Hot and Cold Mineral Springs HEALTH PLEASURE RECREATION gFIne Camping Grounds on Beautiful Streams Best Section in California for Fruit and Breeding Farms The route to San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rosa Ukiah, and the Famous Pleasure and Health Resorts in Lake County. Saturday to Monday round-trip ticke*.« at reduced rates. Ticket Officesâ650 Market Street, Chronicle Building, and Tiburon Ferry. R. X. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agt.

 

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3 â 'â â¢â '"-^rfflrV&Kg? Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. VETERINARY. DR. C. MASOERO VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate of Royal Veterinary College of Turin Infirmary and ResidenceâSll Howard St.: between Fourth and Filth Sts., San Francisco. Telephone: Main 457. Ira Barker Dalziel VETERINARY DENTIST Fancy Carriage, Sad die and Roai* Horses for Sale Office and stable: 805 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. Telephone South 651. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured in 48 Hours. CAPSULES o M I D^ Superior to Copaiba. Cubebs or Injection BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE -DEALERS INâ TJr. Wm, ^V iBsetxa.. M. R. C. V. S., F. E. Y. M. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, England; Fellow of the Edlnburg Veterinary Medical Society; Graduate of the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh; Veterinary Sur- geon to the S. F. Fire Department; Live Stock Inspe ctor forNew Zealand and Australian Coloniei at the port of San Francisco; Professor of Equine Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Depart- ment University of California; Ex-President m the California State Veterinary Medical Associa- tion; Veterinary Infirmary, Residence and Office, San Francisco Veterinary Hospital. 1117 Golden Gate Avenue, near Webster St., San Francisco: Telephone West 128. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. AlSiillPl means disordered digestion, and if not promptly attended to will develop into chronic dyspepsia. Sergeant's Condition Pills will improve the appetite by strengthening the stom- ach, and cure indigestion, general debility, nervous- ness, and all disorders arising from impaired digestion. The Pills are a scientific remedy and the standard alterative and tonic in the treatment of Distemper, Mange, Fevers and General Debility. Of dealers, 60c. and $1.00. By mail, prepaid. Sergeant's "Sure Shot" rids the Dog and Puppy of worms. Price, 50 cents. Mailed free anywhere. Sergeant's Carbolic " Soft Soap." is the only right kind made. 25c. of dealers. By mail, 85c. Our Dog Treatise, revised, and Pedigree blank will be sent on receipt of an order or 8c. in stamps. Our goods for sale by "All Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers." r^ L W. BRAUN & CO., LOS ANGELES, CAL, PaciGc Coast Supply Depot. Q. DANIEL. HELM H. Y. SPRATTS PATENT. DOG CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. NEWARK, N. J. Send for free copy of "DOG CULTURE." ST. LOUIS, MO. Pacific Coast Branchâ1334 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Agents for "SANITAS"' Disinfectant. KENNEL ADVEKTISEMENTS. OXE OF THE BEST. DELVEKTO.N KENNELS A greyhound pttppy, ie months old -tA by Rackerout of Mountain Beauty. This is an unusual opportunity to get a staice winner. Will be sold reasonable. Apply to A. ROY HARRISON, 78 Geary St., City.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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Portable Houses AIX SIZES. Particularly desirable for Shooting Boxes. Bungalows and Summer Houses. A VERY CONVENIENT AND INEXPENSIVE^ HOUSE. Send for Illustrated Circu- lar and Price List. Burnham—Standeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet. First and Second, OAKLAND, CAL. San Francisco Office: 40 New Montgomery Street • •••• ••••• ••••• EMPIRE The PERFECT Bulk Smokeless • ••• •••• •••• • ••• Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by the leading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole agents. J. H. LAU &, CO. 75 CHAMBERS ST„ NEW YORK CITY Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealers In Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing Goods. Sole Agents for BALLISTITE (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders BALLISTITE Tbe Standard Dense Powder of the World. Still Leads at the Traps or in the Field. Take No One's Word—Try Them for Yourself. A postal brings :'Shooting Facts." (Third Edition.) HAZARD BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS id SMOKELESS RIFLE Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS. Agent, 421 MARKET STREET, - SAN FBANOIsCO, CALIFORNIA. CAMPBELL'S EM0LLI0 IODOFORM GALL CURE For GALL BACKS and SHOULDERS, CRUPPER SORES and SADDLE GALLS there is none superior. The horse CAN BE WORKED AS USUAL For BARBED WIRE CUTS, CALKS, SCRATCH- ES, BLOOD POISONED SORES and ABRASIONS OF THE SKIN it has no equal. It is very adhesive and easily applied to a watery as well as a dry sore- Its use will absolutely prevent BLOOD POISON- ING. In this respect there is no Gall. Cure offered which can justly even claim to be a competitor. We placed it on the market relying wholly on its merit for success, and notwithstanding the fact that comparatively little has been done in the way of advertising the salesof 1900 were 100 per cent great- er than the aggregate sales of Gall Cure preceding that year. This increase was entirely due to its MERITS, and from it we feel justified id saying that It is THE GALL CURE OF THE 20TH CENTURY It is a quick and sure cure for those troublesome skin cracks under the fe ^ckwnich injure and often lay up race horses. All Trainers Should Have It la Their Stables PRICE:—3 OZ. BOX, 25c; 1 LB. BOX, SI.00. Read our "ad." on Campbell's Horse Foot Remedy in next issue of this pap*-r. JAS. B. CAMPBELL & CO., Mfrs.,412 W. Madison St., Chicago, III,

 

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RUSS HOUSE Montgomery. Pine & Bush Sts. smmSJSwBS Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART Half Tones and lAne Engraving, Artistic Designing. SOB MUalon St.. cor. Ffrat, San Francisco BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE -DEALERS IN- 65-57-59-61 First Street, S. F. Telephone^ Main 199 TUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladies and see the FASTEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S OLNEY &SON, Proprietors BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINS— Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1896 1st & 2d for aged cows. 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.-Los Angeles, Cal. AYR SHIRES—Young Bulls, Cows and Heifers, Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Pmaluma Cal- Dog: Diseases SComt to r*oe<3. Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway. New York. SICK DOGS MADE VLELL

  

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BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter ! contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, â 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durnams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. : H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. I Dairy Stock specially.^ Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. 1 Cal. William Niles & Co.: Los Angeles, Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IK Half Tones and IAne Engraving. Artistic Designing. 506 Mbutlon St., cor. FIrat, San Franclscw BLAKE, M0FF1TT & TOWNE -DEALERS 1N- 55-57-59-61 First Street, S. F. Telephone Main 199 AYRSHIRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Heifers Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Petaluma Cal. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers, WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Llthian Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee 830 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rer- elry (Saltscar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee 825 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Fee SIO Puppies and Brood Bitches for sale. Dogs shown by appointment only. Address -WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St., San Fran Cisco Cal.

 

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IS POSITIVE IN THE PRESENCE OF SERGEANT'S CONDITION PILLS. Lustrous eyes, keen appetite, strength and ambition all reclaimed by this â world renowned dog remedy. For torpid liver it is unexcelled. As a general tonic supreme. Mange, Distemper, Chills, Fever and General Debility posi- tively cured by it, and for every sickness to which a dog is subject these pills are administered in preference to any other medicine. 60c. and $1.00, postpaid. SERGEANT'S SURE SHOT emancipates the canine from worms and maybe depended upon. 60c by mail. All remedies bearing our stamp are Standard the World Over. An order or 3c. in stamps will bring to your desk free our Revised Dog Treatise and a Pedigree Blank. "Sergeant's Dog Remedies" for sale by all Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers. F. W. BR1UNI CO., Los Angeles, Cal., Pacific Coast SuDply Depot

  

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Identifier: wheelcyclingtrad11241newy

Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review

Year: 1888 (1880s)

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Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists

Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review

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SCHWALBACH, THE BROOKLYN DEALER, Handles Ramblers. Imperials, Libertys, Niagaras and New Mail CYC Largest Repair Shop. Wheels Sold on the Installment Plan CHAS. SCHWALBACH, FLATBUSH AVENUE, Franklin Avenue Entrance to Prospect Park • • • BRANCHES • • • Ninth Ave. and Union St., 450 Bedford Ave., 1187 Bed-ford Ave. Telephone: 51 Flatbush. STANDARD CAP CO (MARCUSE & MJlLLIISOH),

  

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Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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BUSS HOUSE Montgomery. Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Half Tones and Line Engraving Artistic Designing. 506 Mission St., cor. First, San Franclso* PEDIGREES TABULATED And type written Ready for framing. Write for prioes. KEDEE and Sportsman, 80 Geary Street Sac Francisco, Cal. HOLSTEINS—Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Nlles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYRSHTKES—Young Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Petaluma Cal. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers. WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Llthf an Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee S30 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltsoar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee 825 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Eee 810 Puppies »nd Brood BitcheB for sale. Dogs Bhown by appointment only. Address WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St., San Francisco Cal. SICK DOGS MADE >£EIL

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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3 â 'â â¢â '"-^rfflrV&Kg? Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. VETERINARY. DR. C. MASOERO VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate of Royal Veterinary College of Turin Infirmary and ResidenceâSll Howard St.: between Fourth and Filth Sts., San Francisco. Telephone: Main 457. Ira Barker Dalziel VETERINARY DENTIST Fancy Carriage, Sad die and Roai* Horses for Sale Office and stable: 805 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. Telephone South 651. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured in 48 Hours. CAPSULES o M I D^ Superior to Copaiba. Cubebs or Injection BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE -DEALERS INâ TJr. Wm, ^V iBsetxa.. M. R. C. V. S., F. E. Y. M. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, England; Fellow of the Edlnburg Veterinary Medical Society; Graduate of the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh; Veterinary Sur- geon to the S. F. Fire Department; Live Stock Inspe ctor forNew Zealand and Australian Coloniei at the port of San Francisco; Professor of Equine Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Depart- ment University of California; Ex-President m the California State Veterinary Medical Associa- tion; Veterinary Infirmary, Residence and Office, San Francisco Veterinary Hospital. 1117 Golden Gate Avenue, near Webster St., San Francisco: Telephone West 128. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. AlSiillPl means disordered digestion, and if not promptly attended to will develop into chronic dyspepsia. Sergeant's Condition Pills will improve the appetite by strengthening the stom- ach, and cure indigestion, general debility, nervous- ness, and all disorders arising from impaired digestion. The Pills are a scientific remedy and the standard alterative and tonic in the treatment of Distemper, Mange, Fevers and General Debility. Of dealers, 60c. and $1.00. By mail, prepaid. Sergeant's "Sure Shot" rids the Dog and Puppy of worms. Price, 50 cents. Mailed free anywhere. Sergeant's Carbolic " Soft Soap." is the only right kind made. 25c. of dealers. By mail, 85c. Our Dog Treatise, revised, and Pedigree blank will be sent on receipt of an order or 8c. in stamps. Our goods for sale by "All Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers." r^ L W. BRAUN & CO., LOS ANGELES, CAL, PaciGc Coast Supply Depot. Q. DANIEL. HELM H. Y. SPRATTS PATENT. DOG CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. NEWARK, N. J. Send for free copy of "DOG CULTURE." ST. LOUIS, MO. Pacific Coast Branchâ1334 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Agents for "SANITAS"' Disinfectant. KENNEL ADVEKTISEMENTS. OXE OF THE BEST. DELVEKTO.N KENNELS A greyhound pttppy, ie months old -tA by Rackerout of Mountain Beauty. This is an unusual opportunity to get a staice winner. Will be sold reasonable. Apply to A. ROY HARRISON, 78 Geary St., City.

 

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Hampton Promise A. K. C. No. 53101 (BLACK DUKE II-Ch. GAIETY GIRL) Winner of 27 prizes. Stud fee, $15. Apply to T. J. BLIGHT, 213 Third Avenue. San Francisco. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisements under this head one cent per word per insertion. Cash to accompany order. COLLIES. f)AK GROVE COLLIE KENNELSâTHE ^ finest kenuel of Scotch Collies on the Pacific Coast. At studâCh Ormskirk Emerald Jr and imported Cheviot Construction. 17 handsome sable and white pups, ready to ship, and half- grown bitches for sale. No postal cards an- swered. Catalogue free. Western agent for Standard Oil of Tar. sure death to fleas and mange O J. ALBEE, Lawrence, Cal. AT STUD. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers. WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Llthian Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee «30 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltsoar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee S25 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Fee 810 Puppies and Brood Bitches for sale. Dogs shown by appointment only. Address WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St., San Francisco, Cal. pH. WOODCOTE WONDERâTHE WORLD'S ^ champion Bull Terrier. Bulldog, END- CLIPFE FORCEPS. Bnston Terriers. Irish Terrier, ENDCLIFFE PADDLAR. Fox Ter- riers (wire and smooth), CAIRNSMUIR GEN- ERAL and RABY ELVET (winner or 7 firsts in England before he was 18 months old). Brood bitches, bitches in whelp, and puppies by above dogs always for sale Apply to WOODLAWN KENNELS, Geary St. and Central Ave., San Francisco. Telephone: Baker 3031. ENGLISH SETTERS. AT STUD CUBA OF- KENWOOD (Glenbeigh Jr.âdtella) SAM'S BOW (Plain samâDolly Dee II) STOGKDALE KENNELS R. M. DODGE, manager, Bakerafield, Kern Co., Boarding. Pointer Puppies and well-broken Dogs for sale. 65-67-69-61 First Street, S. F. Telephone Maik 198. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William NUes & Co.-Loa Angeles, Cal. AYKSHGCRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. At Stud. SMOOTH FOX TERRIER Norfolk Trueman rpp C7ft Sire of Garston Prefect (1st puppy ret $iU. reserve winners, Oakland, 1903), Imelda (winners and special for best, S. F., 1902), " belle, etc. N. H. HICKMAN, 1767 Page St., San Francisco. book on ^P Dog Diseases ^X,o-w to Feed Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. Clay Glover, D. v. S., 1278 Broadway. New York. L7OR SALEâBLACK, WHITE AND TAN -1- English Setter bitch, 6 months old Price $10. GABILAN KENNELS, Hollister, Cal. COCKER SPANIELS. fSTAIROD KENNELSâA FEW SPECIAL BAR- 111 gains in puppies, young bitches, and bitohes in whelp, to make room. Finely bred stook. The prize-winning Cocker, Plumeria Beau II, at stud. Also Glenwood Kennels1 famous black Cocker, Champion Havoc. Fee $20. 123 Third Avenue, San Francisco. GOLID COLORED RED AND BLACK COCKER ^ puppieB for sale. By Plumeria Beau II-Nal- rod Imposter. Apply to CHAS F. CHARLES, 370 Lexington Ave., San Francisco. TpOR SALEâCOCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES x by Ch. Hampton Goldle. Apply at junction old county and Redwood roads. Frultvale, Alameda pLUMERIA COCKER KENNELSâAT STUD, *â Champion Hampton Goldie 53,100 (Champion Red Maok-Hampton Queen Readie). Goldie has sired more winners than all of our Coast dogs combined. Se« any bench show catalogue. Fee $20 Plumeria Tweedlepuncb (Champion Hamp- ton Goldie-Omo Girl). Fee$15 Young and ma- tured stock for sale. Our motto. "The Best." E. C. PLUME, 415 Third Ave., San Franolsco. ST. BERNARDS. VTAIROD KENNELSâA SINGLE BARGAIN x~ in royally bred St. Bernard puppy. At stud, the noted Grand Master II, winner of many prizes and admittedly the best on the Coast. 123 Third Avenue. Sau Francisco. GREAT DANES. VT , REAT DANE PUPPIES FOR SALEâBY Blue Beard out of Maud S. Both lire and Cam bench show winners. Apply to or addres BERGSTEN, Center-street Station, Oakland.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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MMgHoiiN DOG HEALTH Al.l. SIZES Particularly desirable for Shooting Boxes. Bungalows and Summer Houses. A VERY CONVENIENT AND INEXPENSIVE HOUSE. Send for Illustrated Circu- lar and Price List. BurnhamâStandeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet First and Second, OAKLAND, CAL. San Francisco Office: 40 New Montgomery Street NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. Your attention is respectfully called to the following: SKINNER'S HAND LOADED CARTRIDGES New Stock DECOY DUCKS, Painted Properly, Pure Gum GOSSAMER COATS, warranted. CREEDMOOR SPECIAL SHOOTING SHOES. -fl^-Send for Catalog"*£a H. E. SKINNER CO., 801 Market St., S. I Southwest Corner of Fourth aod Market Streets. â I BALLISTITE The Standard Dense Powder of the World. â WXnNTS $265,4=60 During the Past Four Years, Heading the List of Winning Powders. I W I All A m 75 CHAMBERS STâ NEW YORK CITY Mm n» LHU ** \S\Sm Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealers in Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing: Goods. Sole Agents for BALLISTITE (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢ 'EMPIRE! â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢Â»... The PERFECT Bulk Smokeless. Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by the leading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole agents. TAKE NO ONE'S WORDâTRY THEM FOR YOURSELF. A postal brings "Shooting Facts." (Third Edition.) HAZARD £tk «*V. »*>. »*>. >*> vfe .**),, >(». »|- ££ â *!* *!» *!⢠â¢-⢠*.* *.» *.* â¢!* *i* *I* ALANSON H. PHELPS, Agent, 431 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCIsCO, CALIFORNIA. BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINSâWinners of every 7 days' butter coDtest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows. 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21. Jerseys and Durham* competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. P. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. P. JERSEYS, HOI-STEINS AND DDKHAM8. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal AYR SHIRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma. Cal. RUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Horsemen's and . Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured in 48 Hours. CAPSULES I Superior to Copaiba, Cabebs or Injection VETERINARY. DR. C. MASOERO VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate of Royal Veterinary College of Turin Infirmary and Residenceâ811 Howard St: between Fourth and Fifth Sts., San Francisco. Telephone: Main 457. Ira Barker Dalziel VETERINARY DENTIST Fancy Carriage,Saddle aod Roar" Horses for Sale Office and stable: 805 Golden Gate Avenue, San Prancisco, Cal. Telephone South 651. Dr. wm, IP* Ss^n. M. R. C. V. S., F. E. T. M. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, England; Fellow of the Edinburg Veterinary Medical Society; Graduate of the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh; Veterinary Sur- geon to the S. F. Fire Department; Live Stock Inspector forNew Zealand and Australian Colonies at the port of San Francisco; Professor of Equine Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Depart- ment University of California: Ex-President oi the California State Veterinary Medical Associa- tion; Veterinary Infirmary, Residence and Office, San Francisco Veterinary Hospital. 1117 Golden Gate Avenue, near Webster St., San Francisoo: Telephone West 128. # -BOOK ON- Dog Diseases o-*xr to Food Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway, New York.

  

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Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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la &he gxeeiiBV cmfc gr jxortemtm [NOVEMBEE522, 1902 Alfalfa as a Pork Maker. F. D. Coburn, Secretary of tlie Kansas State Board of Agriculture, iu his book entitled "Alfala," says: "The hog ia much more of a grass ani- mal by nature than it has, in many cases, any chance to be under domestication, The successful feeder, however, recognizes the fact that the most profitable gai a can be made on good pasture with a small allowance of grain to finish for the market. Clover is a great favorite for hog pasture, but those who have tried both clover and alfalfa find the al alfa greatly superior. It stands pasturing better than clover and is a better feed. Alfalfa affords an ideal hog pasture, and if judiciously treated and good hogs are raised, there is no part of the farm that will give the satisfaction that the alfalfa pasture does. Pigs weigh- ing thirty to sixty pounds, twenty to thirty head per acre, put on alfalfa pasture in the spring, should ordinarily make a gain of 100 pounds each. Hogs may be left to subsist exclusively on the green alfalfa, but better results are obtained by feeding with it a small quantity of grain. Ex- ceedingly large returns are obtained from the Bmall quantities fed ; the alfalfa being green and bulky, needs the grain to bal- ance its effect. The pasturage not only affords a cheap growth, but the bulky character expands the digestive tract of the hog, thus enabling it to utilize a large quantity of feed when the finishing period comes, which is a very important consid- eration." m Clover as an Egg Producer. Experience has demonstrated the value of clover for egg producing time and again. Clover has just the material in it to form eggshell, and hence it becomes an essen- tial part of every ration fed to the chickens. It may not be generally understood that there are nearly thirty pounds of lime contained in each 1000 pounds of clover. The chickens fed daily with clover will consequenlly prove better egg layers than those denied it. The clover hay should be given to chickens in winter in quantities sufficient to satisfy them, and to make them eat more it is desirable sometimes to prepare it in various ways. Cook and chop it up and mix it with meal and other articles. This will sometimes induce the hens to consume a great amount of clover every day. Cut up into short lengths and mix up with warm mash and then feed only as faBt as the chickens will clean it up each day is probably the economical way to feed the clover. Some cut the second crop of clover and place it in the poultry yard for the chickens to eat and Bcratch over at pleasure. This of itself is all right, but it is rather wasteful. More than half of the clover will be lost, and the chickens do not actually eat much more than the leaves. The stalks contain most of the lime, and these should be pre- pared bo the chickens will consume them. Of all foods that can be raised on a farm for poultry clover is not only the best, but probably the cheapest, and a field of it is an essential to success as a pasture field is necessary to tbe success of dairying.â Massachusetts Ploughman. Ducks. The man who goes in the duck busi- ness should do so with his eyeB open. He must expect to have to learn, and to learn one thing at a time. He Bhould start with a few thoroughbred ducks and learn to properly care for them; then increase his Btock as his knowledge of the proper care of ducks increases; then, with good care and attention to the lit- tle things, his success will be assured. The fall is a good time to Btart in the duck business. At this time of the year you had better start in with the ducks. In the spring you can Btart in with the eggs, but in the fall ducks are what you want. You can get the ducks quite cheap in the fall, while if you wait until the spring they would cost about twice as much. If you start out in the duck business, remember that good ducks cost high. Buy the best you can afford. Good duckB usually bring good results, while poor ones seldom pay well. The show room is a logical place to find out how good your ducks are The raising of ducks will become more and more popular. Therefore, I do not hesitate to predict a wonderful increase in the de- mand for ducks of all kinds in the near future. While this demand is going on for the practical, it will have its influ- ence to boom all aquatics in the exhibi- tion room.â Pacific Tree and Vine. On a hot day drink Jackson's Napa Soda lemonade and be refreshed. Turtle's Elixir has drawn the following expressions of endorsement from its grateful users in every state and terri- tory in the Union. Invaluable for man or beast. Gives immediate relief. Unequaled for Colic. Very satisfactory results. Best for Spavin. Shoe Boil removed. Wouldn't be without It. Never lost a hair. Saved a beap of money. Speedily relieves paia. $5000 REWARD for every oneof theabove endorsements that can be proven spurious. Tuttle's Elixir for use in the stable. Turtle's Family Elixir for use in the home. Both are unequaled remedies. Fifty cents buys either at any drug store. Sam- ple free for 6c in stompsâto pay postage. Used and endorsed by Adams Express Co Tuttles Elixir Co., 437 O'Farrell St., San Francisco, Cal. tpivnrp of all eo-onl'ert Elixirs, Done germii:,- bill Tiittiea

 

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Speedand Style For Sale. \ N IDEAL GENTLEMAN'S DRIVING MARE â ^ by Director, dam by Dexter Prince. Thor- oughly well broken, sound and reliable. Price $250. Address G. EL, this office. This is a rare chance. Horses Trained for Track or Road â pD LAFFERTY HAS LOCATED AT THE -^ corner of Geary street and Central avenue, San Francisco, and will take horses to board and care for. Special attention paid to gaiting trot- ters and pacers for the road or track Terms reasonable. Address ED LAFFERTY, corner Geary street and Central avenue, San Francisco. Telephone; Scott 1347. RACING EVERY WEEK DAY RAIN OR SHINE. New California Jockei Glut) INGLESIDE TRACK SIX OR MORE RACES DAILY RACES START AT 2_P. M. SHARP. Reached by street oars from any part of the city. Trains leave Third and Townsend afreets at 12:J5 and 1:15 p. m., and leave the traok immedi- ately after the last race. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, President. PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. GOOD DRIVERS FOR SALE. V NUMBER OF HANDSOME, SOUND AND â £*â well-broken high-olass Driving Horses out of producing dama Also, some weanlings by Wash- ington McKInney out of Daly mares, and a stylish span of bays, 16 hands, by Daly. For sale at a reasonable prioo. Address ROSEHALE STOCK FARM, Santa Rosa, Cal. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Hal} Tones and Line Engraving Artlstlo Designing. 506 Mission St., cor. First, San Franolaco Hunt and Fish! ALONG TBE LINE OF THE GallTornla & Hort&westeni By. (I.ESSEE OF THE S. F. * N. P. R. R.) Best Hunting and Fishing in the State Numerous and Popular Resorts Hot and Gold Mineral Springs HEALTH PLEASURE RECREATION Pine Camplog Grounds on Beautiful Streams Best Section in California for Fruit and Breeding Farms The route to San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rosa Ukiah, and the Famous Pleasure and Health Resorts in Lake County. Saturday to Monday round-trip ticket at reduced rates. Ticket Officesâ650 Market Street, Chronicle Building, and Tiburon Ferry. R. X. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. J\/^. BUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts. $#J&H!liPli Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters. American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props.

  

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Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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O. DAJTCEL. HELM H. T. SPRATTS PATENT. DOG NEWARK, N. J. CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. Send for free copy of " DOG CULTURE.1 Pacific Coast Branchâ1334 Valencia Street, San Francisco Agents for "SANITAS" Disinfectant. ST. LOUIS, MO. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. Twentieth Annual Trials OF THE Pacific Coast Field Trials Club TO BE SUN AT Bakersfield (KEEN COUNTY) Commencing Monday, Jan. 12,1903 Members' Stake Annual Derby All-Aged Stake Champion Stake Entries for All.Aged Stake close Dec. 15,1902 J. E. TERRY (Sacramento), President. ALBERT BETZ, Secretary. No. 201 Parrott Bldg., S. F., Cal. £®*For Entry Blanks and information address the Secretary. TWO GOOD ONES. T HAVE TWO WELL-BRED GREYHOUNDS â¢*- for sale. A puppy, 16 months old, by Rocker out of Mountain Beauty, and Brlarroot, 6 years, by Hadiwist out of Lady Lowe. These Are Prospective Winners. A rare chance. Apply to A. ROY HARRISON, 78 Geary street, San Francisco. FOR SALE. Smooth Fox Terriers. INCLUDING Norfolk Trneman, Imelda, lone, Isabelie, Elmwood Vassar, etc. Terms N. H. HICKMAN, reasonable. 1767 Page St., San Francisco Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers, WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Lithian Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee 830 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltscar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee 825 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velocity-Norfolk Two Step). Fee 810 Puppies and Brood Bitches for sale. Dogs shown by appointment only. Address WANDEE KENNELS, 814 Harrison St., San Francisco, Cal. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisements under this head one cent per word per insertion. Cash to accompany order. ENGLISH SETTEES. TpOR SALEâBLUE BELTON ENGLISH J- Setter bitch. Gabilau Lady, two years old, by Luke C.-Naucy Hanks, full sister toBuckwa; good retriever, partly broken on field work. Al o, two bitches and one dog. four months old, by Count Danstone (Ch. Count Gladstone IV-Dan's Lady); bluebelton and black, white and tan mark- ings. Address GABILAN KENNELS, Hollister, California. BULL TERRIERS. -C<OR SALEâTWO CHAMPION WOODCOTE *- Wonder puppies. One Champion Banjo young dog. One brood bitch, prize winner. Address Kennel Editor. COCKER SPANIELS. pOR SALEâCOCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES " by Ch. Hampton Goldie. Apply at junction old county and Redwood roads. Fruitvale, Alameda â VTAIROD KENNELSâA FEW SPECIAL BAR- -^ gains in puppies, young bitches, and bitches in whelp, to make room. Finely bred stock. The prize-winning Cocker, Plumeria Beau H, at stud. 123 Third Avenue, San Francisco. pLUMERIA COCKER KENNELSâAT STUD, -t Champion Hampton Goldie 53,100 (Champion Red Mack-Hampton Queen Readie). Goldie has sired more winners than all of our Coast dogs combined. See any bench show catalogue. Fee $20. Plumeria Tweedlepuncb (Champion Hamp- ton Goldie-Omo Girl). Fee §15 Young and ma- tured stock for sale. Our motto. "The Best." E. C. PLUME, 415 Third Ave., San Francisco. ST. BERNARDS. AT STUD CUBA OF KENWOOD (Glenbeigh Jr.âStella) SAM'S BOW (Plain SamâDolly Dee IT) STOCKDALE KENNELS K. M. DODGE, Manager, Bakersfield, Kern Co., Boarding. Pointer Puppies and well-broken Dogs for sale. #» -BOOK ON- Dog Diseases How t o Feed Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway, New York. NAIROD KENNELSâA SINGLE BARGAIN in royally bred St. Bernard puppy. At stud, the noted Grand Master n, winner of many prizes and admittedly the best on the Coast. 123 Third Avenue. San Francisco. GREAT DANES. REAT DANE PUPPIES FOR SALE-BY * Blue Beard out of Maud S. Both sire and dam bench show wieners. Aoply to or address O. BERGSTEN, Center-street Station, Oakland, Cal. G fej RUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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Speedand Style For Sale. \ N IDEAL GENTLEMAN'S DRIVING MARE â ^ by Director, dam by Dexter Prince. Thor- oughly well broken, sound and reliable. Price $250. Address G. EL, this office. This is a rare chance. Horses Trained for Track or Road â pD LAFFERTY HAS LOCATED AT THE -^ corner of Geary street and Central avenue, San Francisco, and will take horses to board and care for. Special attention paid to gaiting trot- ters and pacers for the road or track Terms reasonable. Address ED LAFFERTY, corner Geary street and Central avenue, San Francisco. Telephone; Scott 1347. RACING EVERY WEEK DAY RAIN OR SHINE. New California Jockei Glut) INGLESIDE TRACK SIX OR MORE RACES DAILY RACES START AT 2_P. M. SHARP. Reached by street oars from any part of the city. Trains leave Third and Townsend afreets at 12:J5 and 1:15 p. m., and leave the traok immedi- ately after the last race. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, President. PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. GOOD DRIVERS FOR SALE. V NUMBER OF HANDSOME, SOUND AND â £*â well-broken high-olass Driving Horses out of producing dama Also, some weanlings by Wash- ington McKInney out of Daly mares, and a stylish span of bays, 16 hands, by Daly. For sale at a reasonable prioo. Address ROSEHALE STOCK FARM, Santa Rosa, Cal. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Hal} Tones and Line Engraving Artlstlo Designing. 506 Mission St., cor. First, San Franolaco Hunt and Fish! ALONG TBE LINE OF THE GallTornla & Hort&westeni By. (I.ESSEE OF THE S. F. * N. P. R. R.) Best Hunting and Fishing in the State Numerous and Popular Resorts Hot and Gold Mineral Springs HEALTH PLEASURE RECREATION Pine Camplog Grounds on Beautiful Streams Best Section in California for Fruit and Breeding Farms The route to San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rosa Ukiah, and the Famous Pleasure and Health Resorts in Lake County. Saturday to Monday round-trip ticket at reduced rates. Ticket Officesâ650 Market Street, Chronicle Building, and Tiburon Ferry. R. X. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. J\/^. BUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts. $#J&H!liPli Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters. American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props.

 

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GOOD HORSE FOR SALE. POR SALEâA HANDSOME SORREL GELD- *⢠ing Pacer. 5 years old, absolutely sound and gentle, pleasant driver, double or single, and a good saddle horse; has a three-year old record of 2:13 and should pace in 2:08 next season; stands about 15-3 hands and is in every respect a desir- able animal for track or road. Will sell cheap for cash. T. W. BARSTOW, San Jose, Cal. WANTED TO BUY PONY STALLION DAY, BROWN OR BLACK; 14 HANDS OR ±i under; 4 to 8 years old, stout built, trotter or pacer. Standard-bred preferred. With or with- out record, but must be fast and able to snow speed. Send description with lowest cash price to M. R.. Breeder and Sportsman, 38 Geary Street, San Francisco. LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission. Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. Room 7. warehouse: 203 Berry St office: 303 California St, SAN FRANCISCO, Telephone: Main 1027. CAL. MATCHED TEAMS ROADSTERS, SINGLE Drivers, well-bred and gen- tle. Will be guaranteed as represented. Correspondence solicited. STEWART'S HORSE MARKET 721 Howard St., near Third, San Francisco. CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY Every feature connected with the PALACE HOTEL was designed and introduced for a double purposeâsurround iog guests with comforts, conveniences and entertain- ment, and adding to the pop- ularity and reputation of California's Colossal Caravansary In the center of the hotel is the famous court and off of this are the equally famous grill rooms. For your conve- nience telephone and tele- graph offices, writing and reading rooms, barber shop, billiard parlor.carriage office, news stand and typewriter offices are directly off the court. Outsideâthe whole- sale and shopping district, theaters, clubs, banks and railroad offices are a step from the entrance.

  

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Identifier: acadmiciensda00font

Title: Académiciens d'autrefois

Year: 1914 (1910s)

Authors: Fontaine, André Jean Charles

Subjects: Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture (France) Artists, French Art

Publisher: Paris, H. Laurens

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Camille MAUCLAIR et J.-F. BOUCHOR Venise, i volume24x19). 30 plan- Assise, 1 volume (24XIQ . 30 plan-cha- en couleurs. Br 50 fr. Rel 70 fr. ches en couleur. Br 50 fr. Rel 70 IV Sous le Ciel de Florence i vol, -.] ■ [g 30 planches en couleurs.Br 50 fr. Rel 70 fr. H. LAURENS, EDITEUR, 6, RUE DE TOURNON, PARIS (VI8) *Les Évocations Françaises Volumes grand in-8 (17,5X25), très illustrés.Broché 12 fr. — Relié 18 fr Nouveauté : LES PAYSAGES DE FRANCE Par Jean BOXXEROT1 volume, 48 illustrationsDéjà paru : Les Pierres Les Routes de France par Jean Bonnerot1 volume, 48 illustrations. de France par Henri Focillon1 vol., 61 illust. et 1 carte.

 

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But de la collection : Rassembler, en une vigoureuse synthèse, les titres de gloire quiont donné à notre pays sa grandeur et son charme incomparables. * Collection in-8° raisin illustrée Nouveautés : DORBEC (Prosper). — LART DU PAYSAGE EN FRANCE. Essai sur son évolution de la fin du XVIIIe siècle à la fin du Second Empire 32 planches. — Broché 25 francs. REY (Raymond). — LES VIEILLES ÉGLISES FORTIFIÉESDU MIDI DE LA FRANCE 24 planches, 42 figures. — Broché 25 francs. Bréhier (L.). — La Cathédrale de Reims. Une Œuvre française. 30 plan-ches, 1 carte,4 plans. Br. 20 fr. Toile, 30 fr. LANDRiEux(Mgr.).—La Cathédrale de Reims. Un Crime allemand. 96 planches.1 carte, 4 plans. Broché, 18 fr. Toile, 28 fr. Bran-cour (R.). —Histoire des Instru-ments de musique. 16 planches. Broché. 25 fr. Toile 35 fr. Fels (Comte de).— Gabriel, premierarchitecte du roi. 24 planches. 25 fr. Focillon (H.). — Technique et sen-timent, ifo planches 15 fr. Fontaine (A.). — Acad

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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FortablB Booses ALL SIZES. Particularly desirable for Shooting Boxes. Bungalows and Summer Houses. A VERY CoiivTNIENT AND INEXPENSIVE HOUSE. Send for Illustrated Circu- lar and Price List. BurnhamâStandeford COMPANY Washington Street, bet First and Second, % OAKLAND, CAL. San Francisco Office: 40 New Montgomery Street BALLISTITE The Standard Dense Powder of the World. A7VI3NTS $265,460 During the Past Four Years, Heading the List of "Winning Powders. I M I All A. m 75 CHAMBERS STâ NEW YORK CITY W. n« IâA*. W Ob \S\Jn Telephone 1747 Franklin. Importers and Dealers In Fire Arms, Ammunition and Fencing Goods. Sole Agents for BALLISTITE (Dense) and EMPIRE (Bulk) Smokeless Powders â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢ EMPIRE â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢ â¢â¢â¢â¢â â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢ The PERFECT Bulk Smokeless. Can now be supplied in bulk or loaded shells by the leading cartridge companies, gun, and ammunition dealers, or the sole agents. TAKE NO ONE'S WORDâTRY THEM FOR YOURSELF. A postal brings "Shooting Facts." (Third Edition.) HAZARD BLACK RIFLE POWDER SHOTGUN SMOKELESS J!L^«^l1^?tfc^AND SMOKELESS RIFLE Always Popular and Always Perfect. ALANSON H. PHELPS. Agent, 421 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. BIBBS' CELEBBATEB PROCESS OF RAPID TAIIBEB11Y In Praoical Use Over Twenty-Five Years. Used Everywhere in America. Hundreds of Testimonials. Try and Be Convinced. Start a Class. Money in It. Be Your Own Taxidermist. Naturalists, Collectors, Gunners, Anglers, Outers, Boya, Girls, and all others interested In nature and anxious to preserve the specimens taken in wood and field, have all felt the need of a simple method of preservation, which Is free from intricacies and inexpensive. There is a method of rapid taxidermy now in extensive use, which meets the requirements of all amateurs who wish a praotical and inexpensive method of preserving the trophies of the outing and collecting trip. This is not the old system of so-oalled stuffing, so expensive, laborious and disap- pointing, but is a rapid system, which anyone can learn at once and which is guaranteed to give satisfaction. By this process you may preserve the beautiful plumage of the grouse and woodcock, or the pike's or buck's head, or the showy feathers of the tanager. Boys, girls and all others can do good work and may make money, as mounted heads and birds find a ready sale, and besides you may teach your friends and decorate the school-room, office and dining-room with native birds and other attractions. If you are in doubt, then get your friends to go in with you an i start a olass, for when several work together there is an advantage and the expense is next to nothing. On the receipt of $1, cash or stamps, JC will send full printed instructions for mounting birds, heads, mammals, etc , and all materials for mounting and preserving specimensâincluding prepared compound, together with full directions for dressing skins with the hair on for rugs and robes, so that you will not be to the expense of one cent. Remember, I Guarantee Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Mention Breeder and Sportsman and address MORRIS GIBBS, M. Dâ Kalamazoo, Mich. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cared In 48 Hoars. CAPSULES I Snpexlor to Copaiba. Cnbebs or Injection BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOtSTEINSâ"Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 6th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. P. H. Burke, SO Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYRSHIRESâYoung Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon, Petaluma, Cal. RUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts.

 

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. COCOANUT OIL CAKE THE BEST FEED FOR STOCK, CHICKENS AND P1QS FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT BY EL DORADO LINSEED OIL WORKS CO. 208 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE âDEALERS INâ 55-57-69-61 First Street, 8. F. Tel«phonb Main 190. SURE SHOT

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO.. Props. Chronic Bronchitis and Catarrh of the Bladder Cured In 48 Hours. CAPSULES ; Superior to Copaiba, Cubebs or Injection VETERINARY. DR. C. MASOERO VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate of Royal Veterinary College of Turin Infirmary and Residence—811 Howard St.: between Fourth and Fifth Sts., San Francisco. Telephone: Main 457. Ira Barker Dalziel VETERINARY DENTIST fancy Carriage.Saddle and Roa<* Horses for Sale Office and stable: 605 Golden Gate Avenue, Sac Francisco, Cal. Telephone South 651. Dr. w zxx, ^F*. ZDsaxi. M. R. C. V. S-, F. E. V. M. S. VETERINARY SURGEON. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, England; Fellow of the Edinburg Veterinary Medical Society: Graduate of the New Veterinary College, Edinburgh; Veterinary Sur- geon to the S. F. Fire Department; Live Stock Inspector forNew Zealand and Australian Colonle* at the port of San Francisco; Professor of Equine Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Depart- ment University of California: Ex-President o the California State Veterinary Medical Associa- tion; Veterinary Infirmary, Residence and Office, San Francisco Veterinary Hospital. 1117 Golden Gate Avenue, near Webster St., San Francisco: Telephone West 128. #" Dog Diseases Ko-wr to DF*©oci Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway, New York. SICK DOGS MADE ytELL

 

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Sergeant's Remedies STANDARD THE WORLD OVER. SURE SHOT frees the pup from worms for all time to come. A marvelous cure and absolutely certain. Its use is pre- liminary to the making of good dogs. By mail 50c. Sergeants Condition Pills impart vigor, vim and life to the dog who has dropped his tail in dejection. His ambition, keen scent, and eye luster will return with their use, be it in treatment either of Mange, Distemper, Chills, Fever, Constipation or Nervous Debility. 50c and $1.00, postpaid. Carbolic "Soft Soap" soothes, cures and eradicates. ^^_^^ ft^^—a>, The very best made. Of dealers/jflij.fpj 11 [f|9SU 25c; by mail 35c. An order or'gjJglifUgl'g1 3c in postage will cause to be delivered free on your desk Our Revised Dog Treatise and a Pedigree blank. For sale by "All Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers." F. W. Braun & Co., Us Angelei, cal.. PaciQc CoastsnpDiy SPRATTS PATENT. DOG CAKES REMEDIES SOAP. NEWARK, N. J. Send for free copy of " DOO CULTURE." ST. LOUIS, MO. Pacific Coast Branch—1324 Valencia Street, San Francisco. Agents for " SANITAS " Disinfectant. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. DELVERTON KENNELS

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library

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RUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pine & Bush Sts. Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters. American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props.

 

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MATCHED TEAMS ROADSTERS, SINGLE Drivers, well-bred and gen- tle. Will be guaranteed as represented. Correspondence solicited. STEWART'S HORSE MARKET 721 Howard St., near Third, San Francisco. I DIRECT FOR SALE THE GRANDLY BRED STALLION I DIRECT -1- 2:12M {race record) by Direct 3:05Vj, dam Franctsc3 (dam of three In the list) by Almont33. For prico, full pedigree, etc., apply to H. H. DUNLAP, 201 Powell St., San Franclico. CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY Q00D HORSE FOR SALE. "FOR SALE—A HANDSOME SORREL GELD- x ing Pacer, 5 years old, absolutely sound and gentle, pleasant driver, double or single, and a good saddle horse; has a three-year old record of 2:12 and should pace in 2:08 nest season; stands about 15-3 hands and is in every respect a desir- able animal for track or road. Will sell cheap for cash. T. W. BARSTOW, San Jose, Cal. WANTED TO BUY PONY STALLION DAY, BROWN OR BLACK; M HANDS OR 1J under; 4 to 8 years old, stout built, trotter or pacer. Standard-bred preferred. With or with- out record, but must be fast and able to show speed. Send description with lowest cash price to M. R., Breeder and Sportsman, 36 Geary Street, San Francisco. vmm BUSINESS COLLEGE 24 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. The oldest, the largest, the most popular com- mercial school on the Paciflo Coast. 18,000 gradu- ates; 25 teachers: 60 typewriters; over 300 studente annually placed tn positions. Send for catalogue. E. P. HEALD, President. LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission, Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. WAREHOUSE: I OFFICE: »>3 Berry St. | 303 California St, Room 7. SAN FRANCISCO, OAL. Telephone: Main 1027. £0C0ANUT OIL CAKE THE BEST FEED FOR STOCK, CHICKENS AND PIQS, FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT BY EL DORADO LINSEED OIL WORKS CO. 808 California Street, Sad Francisco, Cal. BLAKE, M0FFITT & T0WNE -DEALERS IN- Hunt and Fish ALONG THE LINE OF THE California & NortiwestBrn Ry (LESSEE OF THE S. F. * N. P. R. R.) Best Hunting and Fishing in the State Numerous and Popular Resorts Hot and Gold Mineral Springs HEALTH PLEASURE RECREATION Fine Camping Grounds on Beautiful Streams Best Section In California for Fruit and Breeding Farms The route to San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rosa TJkiah, and the Famous Pleasure and Health Resorts in Lake County. Saturday to Monday round-trip ticket at reduced rates. Ticket Offices—650 Market Street, Chronicle Building, and Tiburon Ferry. B. X. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. 65-67-60-61 First Street, 8. F. Telephone Main 199. Every feature connected with the PALACE HOTEL was designed and introduced for a double purpose—surround ing guests with comforts, conveniences and entertain- ment, and adding to the pop- ularity and reputation of California's Colossal Caravansary. In the center of the hotel is the famous court and off of this are the equally famous grill rooms. For your conve- nience telephone and tele- graph offices, writing and reading rooms, barber shop, billiard pari or, carriage office, news stand and typewriter offices are directly off the court. Outside—the whole- sale and shopping district, theaters, clubs, banks and railroad offices are a step from the entrance 1902

  

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Identifier: arqueologaargent00ambr

Title: Arqueología argentina. Algunos vasos ceremoniales de la región calchaquí

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors: Ambrosetti, Juan B. (Juan Bautista), 1865-1917

Subjects: Indian pottery Diaguita Indians

Publisher: Buenos Aires, Impr. de J.A. Alsina

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paulovis ponen al altar delos sacerdotes del Antílope en las ceremonias de la Danza de lasSerpientes en Tusayan?^ 1 Tvsayan Snalce Ceremonies by Jesse Walter Fewkes. IGth Animal Report ofthe Burean of American Ethnology 1894-95, pl. lxxi y lxxii. En esta última plan-cha se ve detrás del altar y á la izquierda un gran vaso de bordes en terraza, y alfrente otro más bajo en forma casi de puco, también con los bordes recortados, 128 MUSEO NACIONAL DE BUENOS AIÍIES. Entre los indios Sia estos vasos de bordes en terrazas son tam-bién empleados en sus ceremonias para hacer llover, véase lasplanchas xix y xxii que representan los altares de las Sociedadesdel gigante y del cuchillo, en el trabajo de la Sra. Matilde CoxeStevemon^ publicado en el llt^i Annual Eeport, etc. 1889-90^ La fig. 2 rej^resenia un pequeño vaso que recogí en el Departa-mento La Viña, Valle de Lerma, al oriente del Valle Calchaquí ycerca de la boca de la Quebrada de las Conchas, que es su entradapor esa parte.

 

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Fig. 2. Allí debe haber habido una colonia importante de indios, puesse hallan muchos objetos y entre ellos algunos muy bien concluí-dos y que revelan, en sus autores, gusto y arte adelantados. El puco en cuestión no tiene nada de esto, es muy pequeño: denueve centímetros de diámetro por cuatro de altura; es casi de la que el autor llama * medicine, hoiol» rodeado por un hisopo ó aspertor y seis ma-zorcas de maíz señalando las seis direcciones. Estos vasos son llamados Canastos de Arcilla *CIa)j Baskefs > por el Sr. JamesStevenson en su Cafdloyo ilustrado de colecciones obtenidas de Jos Indios de NuevoMéxico y Arizona en 1879; publicado en el Second Annual E,eport, etc. 1880-81. El Sr. Stevenson dice que estos vasos entre los Zuñis se llaman dh-ivehl-wi-dh-pü-sáhl, y que estas vasijas tan singulares son usadas solamente por los indios ensus Danzas Ceremoniales sagradas. En ellas ponen una pequeña cantidad de liarina y son llevadas en las manos porlas mujeres, las que

  

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Title: Boletn de bosques, pesca i caza

Identifier: boletndebosquesp02sant

Year: 1912-1915 (1910s)

Authors:

Subjects: Forests and forestry -- Chile

Publisher: Santiago de Chile : Impr. Cervantes

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336 boletín dr bosques, pesca i caza mejor i se vuelve a llenar (i\ envase con pescados de la misma edad de preparación hasta que ya no se hundan mas. La salsa se hace en la misma salmuera o se saca esta i se hace otra para hervirla con salitre, un poco de azúcar, buen vinagre de vino, pimienta, pimiento o ají, cominos, cilantro, clavo, moscada, macis, jugo o cas- cara de limón, bayas de enebro, ajedrea, estragón, orégano, mejora- na, alucema, laurel, perejil, apio, zanahoria, chalota, porrón, cebolla i otros condimentos a los cuales, al último, se le agrega la lechaza

 

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Modelo de homo ahumador traí<portal)le, de plan- chas de fierro. En los listones se sostienen la^^ va- rillas de fierro con los pescados ensartados. desleída del pescado. Es de importancia aquí sacar cuidadosa- mente el aceite del pescado de la superficie de la salsa, porque en- ranciai'ia la preparación. Productos de este jénero duran un año mas o menos, pero se echan a perder jeneralmente en el paso de los trópicos, como sucede con las conservas que recibimos de Eu-

  

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Identifier: wheelcyclingtrad11241newy

Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review

Year: 1888 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists

Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review

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to clubs. Send for samples,prices and measurement blanks toCOLVER & «0., 815 & 817 Broad St.,Newark, **. J. SCHWALBACH, THE BROOKLYN DEALER, Handles Ramblers, Imperials, Libertys, Nia-garas and New Mail CYCLES. Largest Repair Shop. Wheels Sold on the Installment Plan, CHAS. SCHWALBACH, FLATBUSH AVENUE, Franklin Avenue Entrance to Prospect Park, • • • BRANCHES • • • Ninth Ave. and Union St., 450 Bedford Ave., 1187 Bed-ford Ave. Telephone : 51 Flatbush. STOLEN! A LADIES HARTFORD SAFETY BICYCLE No. 1447. 1892 pattern, 28 inch wheels, pneumatic tire, loopframe, enamel finish. Attached to axle of the frontwheel was a model of a cyclometer registering up tooqn miles. Fractions of the mile shown by figures. S50.00 REWARD for return of BICYCLE andCYCLOMETER, or $25 00 for either Bicycle or Cych -meter. The above machine was stolen from New Rochelle,Westchester County, N. Y., on Wednesday evening,May 24th, 1893. Notify Frederick Jenkins, Post Office Building, NewRochelle.

 

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WANTED Second-hand BICYCLES Of every description in ex-change for New VICTORS, [RALEIGHS, EXCELSIORS Netc., etc. Highest prices allowed. Send for Bargain List andCatalogue of new wheel*. WhiteCycleCo. 29 B. WAXUH ST., TRENTON, N. J. MONARCH, $lSO DERBY, $150 «3C B EFORE YOU BUY> CALL AND SEE OUR WHEELS..- j. ~ THEM OVER. WE CAN PLEASE YOU—_ RELAY, $HO AND $125NO CHARCE TO LOOK About the prettiest handful of high grade machines carried in New York.Beauties, every one of them, and full of value. AGENTS.—We can assign territory adjacent to New York for our wheels.Write for particulars. A complete supply of Bicycle Sundries and Clothing always on hand. A FINE CHEVIOT SUIT FOR $5.00-BRAIDEO, $6.00. H. HI. KIFFE OO., ention the wheel- 473 BROKDMHY, near Grand St., NeJiwE YORK, Catalogues.Club Printing.Bicycle Printinga Specialty. i> » <■ THE WHEEL PRESS 210 FULTON STREET.NEW YORK. I893-J 53 11 H03ip.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART IN Half Tones and Line Engraving Artistic Designing. 506 Mission St., cor. First, San Franclso* PEDIGREES TABULATED And type written Ready for framing. Write for prioes. KEDEE and Sportsman, 80 Geary Street Sac Francisco, Cal. HOLSTEINS—Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1899 1st & 2d for aged cows, 4-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Nlles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYRSHTKES—Young Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Petaluma Cal. KENNEL ADVERTISEMENTS. Wandee Kennels' Fox Terriers. WANDEE BLIZZARD, formerly Llthf an Bliz- zard (Blizzard-Pop). Fee S30 WANDEE REVELRY, formerly Saltscar Rev- elry (Saltsoar Gambler-Saltscar Cheerful). Fee 825 WANDEE JESTER (Norfolk Velooity-Norfolk Two Step). Eee 810 Puppies »nd Brood BitcheB for sale. Dogs Bhown by appointment only. Address WANDEE KENNELS, 844 Harrison St., San Francisco Cal. SICK DOGS MADE >£EIL

 

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Sergeant's Remedies STANDARD THE WORLD OVER. SURE SHOT freei the pnp from worms for all tim« to come. A marvelous cure and absolutely certain. Its use is pre- liminary to the making of good dogs. By mail 50c. Sergeants Condition Pills impart vigor, vim and life to the dog who has dropped his tail in dejection. His ambition, keen scent, and eye luster will return with their use, be it in treatment either of Mange, Distemper, Chills, Fever, Constipation or Nervous Debility. 50c and $1.00, postpaid. Carbolic "Soft Soap" soothes, cures and eradicates. The very best made. Of dealers 25c ; by mail 35c. An order or 3c in postage will cause to be delivered free on your desk Our Revised Dog Treatise and a Pedigree blank. For sale by "All Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers." F. W. Brian S Co., Lis Aneelei, cal.. Pacific Coast Sinply

  

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Title: The American florist : a weekly journal for the trade

Identifier: americanfloristw24amer

Year: 1885 (1880s)

Authors: American Florists Company

Subjects: Floriculture; Florists

Publisher: Chicago : American Florist Company

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186 The American Florist. Mar. I, Louisville, Ky. RAYNOR PREPARES FOR THE ERECTION OF THE FINEST RANGE IN THE SOOTH.— DETAILS OF THE PLAN. Chas. Raynor has bought the entire plant of the Anchorajie Rose Company, consisting of 32,000 feet of f(lass. He ■will remove the greenhonses to his forty- acre place called Rose View, where he will erect an up-to-date range in every respect. He will use the Garland iron gutter system and, when completed, will have a solid block of 54,000 feet of glass, built in the most substantial manner. The walls of the houses are to be of con- crete and the benches of hollow tiles. A new feature will be a subway through the center and under the block of houses, where the boiler rooms, ice cellars, engine room and coal bins will be located, and where there will be a wagoo-way so that wagons may drive through from one side to the other. The great convenience of such an arrangement is easy to see. The bottom of the subway will be in solid limestone. The rose houses will be heated by a 100 horse-power boiler and the car- nation houses by a fifty horse-power boiler. The glass used is 18x20, double strength. F. Walker & Company, New Albany, Ind., have purchased the glass to erect a rose house 22x300 and will commence as soon as spring opens. H. G. W. Springfield, Mass. TRADE TAKES ON RENEWED ACTIVIIY AFTER A BRIBE LULL.—GOOD STOCK IN MANY LINES.—NOTES. For the first few days in Lent business was poor but now cut flowers of all kinds are in good demand. Funeral work has been exceptionally good and has kept stock from going to waste. All the florists' stores are. showing good stock of flowering plants, cut roses, daf- fodils, tulips and treesias and carnations which are far ahead of former years and sell at from 60 cents to $ 1 per dozen. Callas are plentiful, good and find ready sale. These were not grown here a few years ago, but owing to the Harrisii and longi- flomms being so badly diseased, were taken up again. All stock looks promis- ing for Easter and I think will be on just right. Adams & Sons are busy working up a good stock of bedding plants, which look well, and for which they have a good demand. A. B. HAERENS BROS. '""?£'& Azalea Indica for Fall Delivery, in best sorts, includ- \nz tbe beautiful new Haerensiana, from small plants to lar^e specimens. KENTIAS and other fialms, for spnng and fall, in medium and extra arge sizes; all well grown. Address Sole Agents, August Rolker & Sons, 52 Dey Street. NEW YORK. Orchids! ^ Our Illustrated and Descriptive Cata- logue of Orchids is now ready and may be bad upon application. LAGER & HURRELL, summit, k- j. Orclild Qroweri and Importer!. Boston Ferns for Easter, $50, $25 and A SPECIALTY $20 per 100. Excellent Kentias, 6 in , 3 ft., $1.00 each. Asp. Plum. Nanus, 4-in , $1 25 per doz. R. C. Coleus, mixed, 50c per 100; Ver. and G. B , 75c. per 105. L. n. rOSTER, 45 King St., Dorchester, Mass. CARNATIONS, PALM$,Etc. strong plants, 3!-i-in. pots. Per 100 Prosperity t4.iiO Lorna 4.00 Qupen Louise 350 California Gold 3 60 Ethel CrDoker 2.fO G. H. Crane 2.OO Joost 2.00 White Cloud ' 2.00 GERANIUMS. Jean Viaud 5.00 Marquis de Custellaine ?.00 In vari*>tv, best bedding S' rts 3.(0 ROSE GERANIUMS, strong 3.S0 CANNAS, all tbe standard varieties, strong roots 3 50 MOONFLOWER.'pomuja Grandiflora 3r0 PRIMULA FORBESI 3 00 HELIOTROPES, sis varieties 2.0n SELAGINELLA Eiiliana 2.00 FUCHSIAS, in good assortment of varie- ties. 254-iD-pots 3.50 Areca Lutescens, 314-in. pots, Perl'O $3'.0O per IfOO $1.00 Areca Lutescens, 3-iD. pots 8.00 Areca Lutescens, 4-in. pots., 3 plants in & . pot 20.00 Kentia Belmoreana, 3^-in. pots TOO Kentia Bel nioreana. 3 in. pots 15 01 Latania Borbonica, 3H-in. prt.s 3.0O Latania Borbonica. 3 in. pot, $tO per 1000 5 00 Pandanus TTtilis, 2^-in. pots 6.00 I'andanus Utilis, 4 in pots 1.^00 Pandanus Veitchii,4-in. pots,$6.00 perdoz. Per 100 ASPARAfiUS PLUMOSUS. 3H-in .ft.OO ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI. stront.'.3M-in.. 200 ASPARAGUS SPRENGERI, strong. 3-in 8.00 SPIRAEAS. Nana Compacta Aslilboides, Florit^unda and .Taponica at 3.50 AZALFA MOLLIS, fine for Easter Sj.OO TUBEROUS ROOTED BEGONIAS, single, separate colors 3 00 TUBEROUS ROOTED BEGONIAS. doubK, separate colors 6,00 GLOXINIAS 4.0O MStorrs& Harrison Co. PAINESVILLE, OHIO. ROOTED CUTTING LIST NOW READY POR Per 100 Per 1000 SHIPMENT. Marguerites $.75 $ 6.00 Heliotrope, 4 varieties 60 6.0O English Ivy 2.00 18.00 Pyrethrum, double white 1.00 8.00 Acbyranthes, 4 varieties 1.00 8.00 Salvia, 4 varieties 60 5.50 Ageratum, 6 varieties 60 S.OO Alternanthera. 4 varieties 75 6 00 Fuchsias, 3 varieties 1.26 10.00 Abutllons, 12 varieties 2.00 18.00 Coleus, 75 varieties, named 76 6.00 " not named 60 5.00 Versohaffeltii, red 60 4.50 " golden 60 4.50 Per 100 Per 1000 Coleus, Golden Bedder 90 4.60 " Brilliancy 8 00 RnCtOn FprnC strong, bushy, well grown UUSIUII I CI US stock tor Immediate ship- ment. Per 100 Per 1000 2J4-in. pots, per 100, $3.00; 3-in. pots, per 100, IS. For list of varieties see American Florist of Nov. 9. If wanted by mail add 15o per 100. Sam- ples by mail 25c. "All the above sold on the positive guarantee of their being flrst-class, if not, your money at onoe refunded. JOHN IRVINE & SONS, Bay City, Mich. GERANIUMS Per 100 16 fine varieties, 2}^-inch pots J3,00 16 fine varieties, 3-inch pots 4 00 200 Pelargoniums mixed, 2^-in. pots 3 00 150 Asparagus Plumosus 2-inch pots.. 3.oo 500 Asparagus Sprengerl, 2-inch pots 2.00 Coleus, 13 varieties, 2-inch pots 2.00 VInca Var., 2-inch pots 2.50 Pansy Plants, from seed beds, 1000, |3 .50 CASH OR C. 0. D. J. H. CUNNINGHAM, Delaware. 0. VERBENA KING Rooted Cuttings now ready. Express prepaid. 100 lOUO Verbenas, named,$ .6016.00 Daisies, white and yellow 1.00 8.00 Heliotrope, 12 var. 1.00 6.00 Smilax. strong pit 1.50 Salvias, 4 bestvars. named. Rooted Cuttings 1.00 8.0D Big Boston and Plumosus in 4 inch pots, write. That cash or C. O. D. C. Hutnleld, Clay Center. Kai. Pkase mention the A merican floriit when writing.

 

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FOR 1902 New Geraniums "J. D. Blaele," single, pure wine red. A /.onale of most brilliant and new coloring, a splendid bedder, producing an abundance of large trusses. "James Davidson," single, lavender lilac, a color which has never twfore been approached, shows almost a distinct blue color evenings. Trusses very large, a One novelty. S5oeach; 13.00 per dozen. Novelties of former years, assorted and laf>eled, at 16.00 per 100. GYCUMEN GIGANTEUM SEEDLINGS froin the very best German strain obtainable. Transplanted, $2.50 per 100; not transplanted, $1.75 per 100. Cash please. HENRY EICHHOLZ, Waynesboro, Pa. ftease mention the American Florist when writing- AZALEAS.IO to 12-in.. 40 cents each; large plants, .50 cents. CYCLAMENS. 4-in., $8 per ICO; CYCLA- MENS, ."i-in , n.M pir ,lozen. CINERARIAS, 4-in.. .la per 100; CINERARIAS. .''>-in., ,$l r,0 per dozen. HARRISII LILY PLANTS, 10 cents per bud. OBCON- ICA PRIMROSES. 4-li... Jl.OO per dozen All the aliove are Kiianinteeil right for Easter. PANSIES, large trnnspinnled plants, 60o per 100; $3 per ItiOO. WHITTON & BON8. Comar CHy and traan tia., UTIOA. N. Y. Ptease mention the American Florist when ivriting.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

Authors:

Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library

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Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. FOR SALE. Three Standard-Bred Trotting Stallions WILKES STOCK. One Seal Brown, 16 bands, foaled May 2, 1898; Ilrst dam Fearless by Fallis 4781 (record 2:23); second dam Jean Perault by Signal 3327. One Golden Bay, 16.1 hands, fnaled March 5, 1898; first dam Signal by Del Sur 1098 (record 2:24), dam of Guy Sino2'29?^; second dam Lady Sig- nal by Signal 3327. One Brown, white points, 16 1 hands, foaled April, 1808; full brother to the bay. These colts are all sired by Prince Airlee 28045 son of Guy Wilkes 2807 (record 2:15M), and bred by Wm Corbltt, San Mateo. Cal. They are pure Raited and show wonderful speed for the little work they have done. For further particulars apply to P. H. McKVOY, Menlo Park, Cal. ' - l LIKE A HORSE RACE v.Viirjusdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track Bring the ladies and see the FASTEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. » OLXEV A: SON, - - Proprietors FOR SALE. PRINCE L. 2:17 1-4 Winner 2:27 trot, 12 starters; Winner 2:84 trot, 10 starters; Winner 2:22 trot, ft starters: at the Sacramento State Fair in one week; 7 years ng by Bsoort, "lam Queen L Sound ;in be driven by any one used to driving Address .1 a. I KKKMAS, ic.-.i Bluff, Cal. TROTTERS AND PACERS I It WNEI) FOB TRACK OR ROAD SiAl, ATTENTION PAID TO HANDLING tiro and three jear olds. Tortus rcabooable. Apply to .IAMKS HKRRVMAN, Alnmada Raee Truck. FOR SALE. CTANDAHD-BBED BTALLION-BAY WITH bands IiIhIi; by ed maro Moolo id ..r Nutwood. This me young stallion In thoroughly broken, nuts boon driven tiy a lady v sound and Dorer trained. Will be sold vi-ry rtiaaonable. Apply to Owma, 60 Curl Htroot. Sun Francisco Dam o, Kelly Brings 2:101 for Sale \ LGPH1B, br in . by Aigor.a (mT? cr Hying x .ni 'ii dam ! ,'rrat l-roodmoro Flux tail. the dam of Kelly Hriggs 2:10*4 rtition 2:2i t. and 1m now in foal to Bays- Ire <L Every feature oonnected with the PALACE HOTEL was designed and introduced for a double purpose—surround ing guests with comforts, conveniences and entertain- ment, and adding to the pop- ularity and reputation of California's Colossal Caravansary. In the center of the hotel is the famous court and off of this are the equally famous grill rooms. For your conve- nience telephone and tele- graph offices, writing and reading rooms, barber shop, billiard parlor.carrlage office, news stand and typewriter offices are directly off the court. Outside—the whole- sale and shopping district, theaters, clubs, banks and railroad offices are a step from the entrance. NEW MODEL 1903

 

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ROAD CART. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. O'BRIEN & SONS, Sole Agents, Cor. Golden Gate Ave. and Polk St., SASi FRANCISCO, CAL iranm BUSINESS COLLEGE 24 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. The oldest, the largest, the most popular com- mercial school on the Pacific Coast. 18,000 gradu- ates; 25 teaohera; 60 typewriters; over 300 studente annually placed In positions. Send for catalogue. E. P. HEALD. President.

  

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Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_12

Year: (s)

Authors:

Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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150 The Weekly Florists^ Review* June 18, 1903. NURSERY NEWS. AMCmCAN ASSOCUTWN OF NURSERYMEN. PreB..N.W.Hale,KnoxvUle Tenn.: Vlce-Pres., F. A. Weber, St. Louis; Sec'y. Geo. C. Sealer, Bochebter, N. Y.; Tre»8., C. L. Yatea, Rochester. N. V. The tweuty-eichth annual convention will be held at Atlanta, Ga., June. IMM. TuEKE is a shortage of help on the nurseries in central Illinois. Aftkk having met in convention cities tiiree times in the i>ast ten .years, the iiurseninen tnrned their backs on St. I^uis "for 1904. During the nnrserymen's convention at I>ptroit peonies to the value of from $4,000 to $.5,000 chan<;e<l hands. It was a business meeting of business men. Thk program is out for the seventh annual meeting of the American Park and Outdoor Art Association, to be held at Buffalo, .Tuly 7 to 9. A feature of the convention will be a trip to Niagara Falls, where an excellent entertainment has ben planned. Cha.s. M. Kobinson, Kochester, is secretary. PEONY SOQETY. The American Peony Society was fully organized at l>etroit, June 11, by the election of the following officers: President. O. W. Ward, Queens, X. Y.; viee-pn'sident, Guy A. Bryant, Prince- ton, III.; secretary, A. H. Fewkes, New- ton Higlilands, Ma«s.; treasurer, J. H. Humphreys, Philadelj)hia, Pa. It was vot«tl to incorijorate under the laws of New ^'ork. to make the life inentbersliip, $.)0. to hold an annual meeting in peony time and to divide the United States into six districts, each to be represented by a vice-president. Committees were ap))ointe. : E. A. Reeves. Cleveland. Ohio, and William A. Peterson, (liicagi). Nomenclature com- mittee, William A. P»'terson. ('. J. Mal- loy, Ro were present and there was a lively interest in the ])rograin. wliile the usual amount of business was transacted Ix-twcen tiie members. President llgcnfritz warned against over-production and l>r(niglit up the matter of mutual insurance. A eommittw was a))pointelf as some others see him. .T. H. Hale di.scussptl the rela- tion of the nurseryman to his customers and Frank B. White pii'sentetl one of the l)est of themes, advertising. F. W'. Taylor told what tlie St. Ijouis World's Fair will do for nursry affairs in Te,xas. W. C. Barry wa^ down for a paper on the im|K>rtance of ornamental stock. Prof. ,J. B. Smith for a talk on spraying and fumigating ajid Geo. A. Sweet for a discussion of the cost of a tree. Tlie re- ports of committees were of the UHual or- der. Tlie treasury was fouiul to contain $2,528, the receipts for the year bring $1.4!).'5. The election of officers resulted as fol- lows: President, N. W. Hale; vice- president, F. A. Welx'r, St. Ix>uis; secre- tary, (Jeo. C. Seager, Rochester; treas- urer, ('. Ij. Yates, Rochester. Atlanta, Ga., was selected as the next meeting l)lace. On Wetlnesday afternoon the party visited the estate of Joseph H. Berry, at (Jrowse Pointe Farms, and on Thursday went to Belle Isle Park. During the convention the Nursery- men's Mutual Protective As.sociation and the American Nurserymen's Prott'ctive Associatiofii met. listened to reports and re-electee\vis, Rus.sellville; A. Holiday, ScappfK>se; C. A. Tonneson, Tacoma; I»uis and Marx Remlinger, A'ancouver; .T. A. Stewart. Christopher, ^Vash.; H. FreelKuough, Montaville; R. A. Tjamberson and George Lamberson. Portland; Hon. E. K Smith. Hoo<l River; A. Van Holderbeke, Tacoma. and Profes- sor Ro<lgers, College Place, Wash. Tlie followinff officers were elected: S. A. Miller, Milton, president; C. A. Tonneson. Tiacoma. sccretarj-treasurer, and a vice-president for each state. The next meetinff, in June. 1004, is to be lield at Hood River. Tlie American As- sociation of Nurserymen was invited to liold its 190.5 convention at Portland dur- ing the Ijcwis and Clark Exposition. MOLES AND MICE. I am movened earth settles back and we know the unwelcome inr vader has dug his own grave. Not in- freijuently we find the carcass above ground. I know nothing of what effect the ri- cinus would have on the mice but it might l>e a good ])lan to leave .some around liand.v for them. Hoping to es- cape iK'ing withered by W. S. for an "old maid's notion,'' I am respectfully, F.' E. C. Watervuet. N. Y.—.John A. Dagen has recently started in business here. Fenton. Mich.—Geo. Bridson is doing a nice basiness and will improve his plant this summer. Fo.ND ni: Lac, Wis.—E. Haentzc has given the contract for heating his new greenhouses, now being erecteilers will 1h' used. ...PEONIES... fflHE HAVE BEEN GROWING PEONIES EXTENSIVELY FOR Ui MANY YEARS AND HAVE PROBABLY THE LARGEST LIST OF TESTED VARIETIES TO BE FOUND IN THE UNITED STATES. ALL THE BEST CUT FLOWER SORTS. ALL STOCK TRUE TO NAME. IF YOU WILL PLANT PEONIES THIS FALL, WRITE TODAY FOR OUR NEW SURPLUS LIST NOW READY. PETERSON'S NIRSERY 164 La Salle Street, CHICAGO. Mention the Rerlew when .von wrltp. W. & T. SMITH Send to Wholesale Gnmers of GENEVA, N. Y. ammtal Tr««B. Bhmbs Rosea, Cl«n»tiatPmlt Tre«s, and Small Fmlti in great variety. Send for onr Wtioleskle Price Liat. Mention The ReTlew when yon write.

 

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THE MOON Covpany For fTreea, Shrubs, Vlne5» Your I and Small Fruits. Descriptive Illmtrsted CatalORtie Free. THE WM. H. MOON CO.» Merriavlllo. Pa.

  

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Identifier: wheelcyclingtrad11241newy

Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review

Year: 1888 (1880s)

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Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists

Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review

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SCHWALBACH, THE BROOKLYN DEALER, Handles Ramblers. Imperials, Libertys, Niagaras and New Mail CYC Largest Repair Shop. Wheels Sold on the Installment Plan CHAS. SCHWALBACH, FLATBUSH AVENUE, Franklin Avenue Entrance to Prospect Park • • • BRANCHES • • • Ninth Ave. and Union St., 450 Bedford Ave., 1187 Bed-ford Ave. Telephone: 51 Flatbush. STANDARD CAP CO (MARCUSE & MJlLLIISOH),

 

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156 Greene St., New York. ORIGINATORS OF THE LONG-VISOR ETON CAF Wheelmens Caps of every descriptionTrade only supplied. Attention, L, A.W. Members

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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RUSS HOUSE Montgomery. Pine & Bush Sts. smmSJSwBS Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company HIGH CLASS ART Half Tones and lAne Engraving, Artistic Designing. SOB MUalon St.. cor. Ffrat, San Francisco BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE -DEALERS IN- 65-57-59-61 First Street, S. F. Telephone^ Main 199 TUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladies and see the FASTEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S OLNEY &SON, Proprietors BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTEINS— Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1896 1st & 2d for aged cows. 4-yr.,3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durhams competing. 5th year my Holsteins have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.-Los Angeles, Cal. AYR SHIRES—Young Bulls, Cows and Heifers, Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Pmaluma Cal- Dog: Diseases SComt to r*oe<3. Mailed Free to any address by the author, H. CLAY GLOVER, D. V. S., 1278 Broadway. New York. SICK DOGS MADE VLELL

 

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Sergeant's Remedies STANDARD THE WORLD OVER. SURE SHOT frees the pnp from -worms for all tim* to come. A marvelous cure and absolutely certain. Its use is pre- liminary to tbe making of good dogs. By mail 50c. Sergeant's Condition Pills impart vigor, vim and life to the dog who has dropped his tail in dejection. His ambition, keen scent, and eye luster will return with their use, be it in treatment either of Mange, Distemper, Chills, Fever, Constipation or Nervous Debility. 50c and $1.00, postpaid. Carbolic "Soft Soap" soothes, cures and eradicates. The very best made. Of dealers 25c; by mail 35c. An order or 3c in postage will cause to be delivered free on your desk Our Revised Dog Treatise and a Pedigree blank. For sale by "All Druggists and SportingOoods Dealers." F. W. Braun & Co., Los Angeles, Cal., Paciic Coast Supply Dpi.

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma411902sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

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18 ®He $reeittv cmfc gtpxrvtsmcwt [December 27, 1902 Our dairymen are usually too conserva- tive in not culling out for sale the un- profitable milk cows of the herd. This is in part due to the fact that they have a strong demand for milk and butter and are inclined to the opinion that every cow in the herd is a paying investment. That might be true if they did not eat good bay and grain. But add to this the labor of feeding, milking, driving and sheltering these doubtful ones in the herd and we have cause enough to black-list the non- paying members of the family. How can you know "totber from which" unless you use scales and Babcock test? You can't. It is rarely considered that water is far more important a matter for consid-) eration in the winter than in summer. Sheep feeding on dry food are deprived of three times the weight of it, which thev get when on pasture. Ten pounds of green grass has eight pounds of water in it, while as many pounds of hay has but one pound of water in it. If,'then, sheep on pasture will drink, which they do frequently in the summer how much more is it necessary that water should be supplied sufficiently in the winter. RUSS HOUSE Montgomery, Pioe & Bush Sts.

 

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WHIM Horsemen's and Sportsmen's American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO Headquarters RACING EVERY WEEK DAY RAIN OR SHINE. New California Jockoi CI INGLESIDE TRACK SIX OR MORE RACES DAILY RACES START AT 3,P. M. SHARP. Reached by street oars from any part of the city. Trains leave Third and Townsend streets at 12:45 and 1:15 p.m., and leave the track immedi- ately after the last race. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, Pre«ldent. PERCY W. TREAT, Secretary. FUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladles and see the FASTEST HORSES IN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S. OLNEY & SON, Proprietors Every feature oonneoted with the PALACE HOTEL was designed and introduced for a double purpose—surround ing guests with comforts, conveniences and entertain- ment, and adding to the pop- ularity and reputation of California's Colossal Caravansary. In the center of the hotel is the famous court and off of this are the equally famous grill rooms. For your conve- nience telephone and tele- graph offices, writing and reading rooms, barber shop, billiard parlor.carriage office, news stand and typewriter offices are directly off the court. Outside—the whole- sale and shopping district, theaters, clubs, banks and railroad offices are a step from the entrance. Brighton Beach Racing Association Offices: 215 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Coarse: Brighton? Beach, Brooklyn, N. Y. NEW MODEL 1903

  

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Title: Breeder and sportsman

Identifier: breedersportsma421903sanf

Year: 1882 (1880s)

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Subjects: Horses

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]

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LEWIS A. DOUGHERTY Hay, Grain and Commission, Special Attention to Foreign Shipping. I warehouse: 203 Berry St. Horsemen's and Sportsmen's Headquarters American or European Plan. CHAS. NEWMAN CO., Props. CALIFORNIA Photo Engraving Company TTIGTT CLASS ART IN Half Tones and Line Engraving Artistic Designing. S06 Mission St., cor. First, San Francisco BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE " DEALERS IN 55-57-59-61 First Street, S. F. Telephone Main 199 office: 303 California St, Room 7. SAN FRANCISCO, Telephone: Main 10S7. TUST LIKE A HORSE RACE Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the Pleasanton Rack Track. Bring the ladies and see tbe FASTEST HORSES XN THE WORLD. Stop at the ROSE HOTEL A. S.OLNET &SON, Proprietors BREEDERS' DIRECTORY. HOLSTELNS—Winners of every 7 days' butter contest at State Fair 1869 1st & 3d for aged cows, t-yr., 3-yr. and 2-yr.-olds; 21 Jerseys and Durnams competing. 5th year my Holstelns have beaten Jerseys for butter. Stock for sale; also pigs. F. H. Burke, 30 Montgomery St., S. F. JERSEYS, HOLSTEINS AND DURHAMS. Dairy Stock specially. Hogs, Poultry. Estab- lished 1876. William Niles & Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. AYRSHIRES—Young Bulls, Cows and Heifers. Registered. From prize winning families. Brown & Brandon Petaluma Cal. SURE SHOT/

 

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The puppy is liable to destruction from worms. 'Tis the critical period in a dog's life. Canine worms meet "sure" destruction when is administered. After that, it builds up the growing dog's constitution, develops bone and muscle. It makes thin, puny and weak puppies plump, animated and strong. SOc. by mail, prepaid. SERGEANT'S CONDITION PILLS are the best liked and easiest to give of all alteratives and tonics. Incidentally any disease that a dog is likely to have will be speedily relieved and ulti- mately cured. Of dealers, 50c and $1.00. By mall, prepaid. Sergeant's Carbolic Soft Soap is the "best ever" and for sale everywhere. 25c. of dealers. By mail 35c. An order, or 8c. in stamps will entitle you to our latest Dog Book and Pedigree blank, mailed free. For sale by "All Druggists and Sporting Goods Dealers," F. W. BRAUN & CO., Los Angeles, Cal., Pacific Coast Supply Depot

  

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